Israelis are united in opposing the nuclear deal with Iran. Across the political spectrum, the citizens of Israel agree with PM Netanyahu that overnight the world has become a much more dangerous place.
There is no daylight among Israel's leaders and especially between Israel's governing coalition and its opposition with regard to the Iran nuclear deal. Israelis across the political spectrum oppose this bad deal.
In what appears to be shocking news and yet another concession to Iran, the US and other nations have offered nuclear equipment in exchange for Iran's eliminating its capacity to produce atomic weapons.
With only two weeks to go to the deadline, Iran and the P5+1 still have not agreed on many crucial issues, deepening Israel's fear that the US and other world powers involved in the negotiations will sign a bad deal.
The US is again caving to Iranian defiance, this time eliminating the long-standing requirement that the Islamic Republic come clean on its history of nuclear weapons development in order to reach a final deal.
An Israeli delegation headed by National Security Adviser Yossi Cohen will meet with US officials in Washington in the hope that they will be able to influence the American stance on Iran before they sign a bad deal.