|Not one of the participants, not even Baroness Ashton, would continue talks in Geneva if their own country were threatened with destruction.|
Netanyahu: Nuclear deal with Iran a 'historic mistake'
In wake of Geneva nuclear deal, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tells cabinet: Israel not obligated by the agreement • PMO official: This is a bad deal • Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman calls deal Iran's "greatest diplomatic triumph" since 1979.
|A tale of two deals|
|American credibility on Iran is shot through so badly that almost nothing American leaders can say will allay Israeli -- or Arab -- fears.|