The Zionists reflected deep concerns about the implementation of Geneva agreement on Syria, despite the assurances that Kerry tried to convey to the Israeli officials whose attention is also turned to the Iranian nuclear program.
The Zionist political stances reflected deep concerns about the implementation of Geneva agreement on Syria, despite the assurances that the US Secretary of State John Kerry tried to convey to the Israeli officials whose attention is also turned to the effects of the agreement on the Iranian nuclear program.
After provoking the West to strike Syria, the Israeli officials have resumed exerting pressure against it and demanded the implementation of the Russian-American agreement, which recommends the destruction of the Syrian chemical weapons.
The Zionist circles stated that the Israeli PM had a great doubt regarding carrying out Geneva agreement on Syria chemicals, and the recent visit that the US Secretary of State John Kerry paid to the Zionist entity aimed at dissipating the Israeli doubts.
The Israeli attention was also turned to Iran as Netanyahu considered that the Syria chemical agreement is important for the messages it will hold to the Iranians.
"The Zionist entity has to be always ready to defend itself against any threat," Netanyahu said.
Netanyahu suspected the American capabilities to gain international approval to strike Iran after it failed to market the military strike against Syria.
Maariv, Israeli newspaper, said that Iran realized that US could only threaten without having the ability for the implementation, especially after "it succumbed to Assad's threats to inflame the Middle East."
The Zionist daily also warned against the Russian-Iranian-Syrian trick that "the US administration is indirectly involved in."
"The Zionist entity is dangerously entrapped in a minefield between Russia and the US," Maariv said.