Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are miles apart on Iran's nuclear potential. Netanyahu even warned that Iran's activities could unleash a new wave of refugees to Europe.
Netanyahu's Monday visit to Berlin discussed Iran on top of the agenda during the meeting with Merkel.
Although they are allies, both sides now are on diametrically opposite sides of this particular issue.
While Germany favors a continuation of the Iran nuclear deal despite the departure of the United States from the agreement, "Israel" opposes it, being worried that it will increase Iran's ability to develop nuclear weapons.
"Israel", meanwhile, wants to see Germany cease doing business with Tehran.
Netanyahu is on tour trying to persuade European countries to follow US President Donald Trump's move of tearing up the deal.
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