JERUSALEM, Nov 8 (Reuters) – Israel’s worst fears will be
realised if a proposed deal by world powers goes ahead with
Tehran, sharply curtailing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
options in his campaign against Iran’s contested nuclear
The possible accord might not only tie Israel’s hand in any
future military action against Iran, but it could also have an
unexpected knock-on effect and stymie U.S.-brokered negotiations
between Israel and the Palestinians.