Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took a break from his legal woes Tuesday to denounce what he referred to as Iran's "radical tyranny" in a hawkish address before a pro-"Israel" lobby group in Washington, D.C.
Netanyahu, who faces an intensifying corruption probe on the domestic front, was among friends in the US capital, where he delivered a speech to the American "Israel" Public Affairs Committee [AIPAC].
He thanked Trump for his vow to tear up the 2015 Iran nuclear deal if it is not strengthened to prevent Tehran from resuming its nuclear power development, claiming that his occupation entity and its Arab neighbors would back such a move.
Trump has earlier withdrawn Washington's endorsement of the landmark 2015 Iran deal, which America's European allies continue to regard as essential to restrain Tehran's path to nuclear breakout capacity.
Iran, however, stresses that it never intended to build a nuclear weapon, but has warned it could rapidly restore its capacity if the United States breaches the deal by restoring crippling economic sanctions.
Netanyahu used his AIPAC speech to argue that Washington and "Israel" would not be alone when they choose to confront Iran, saying many Arab countries would side with the Zionist entity over their common enemy.
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