From CBN News, Inside Israel
JERUSALEM, Israel — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu continued to raise the red flag over the Iranian nuclear deal this weekend, while getting some unexpected support from a neighbor.
“In the last few days, Iran has shown again why it can’t be trusted,” Netanyahu said in a videotaped statement in English.
Meanwhile, Egyptian TV personality Tawfik Okasha called Netanyahu “our dear friend” and suggested Israel take out the Bushehr Nuclear Reactor.
“Put your trust in God and bomb it,” Okasha said. “We are with you and if you need fuel for the jets, we will give it to you.”
That’s a big switch for Egypt. For decades, its media and press were among some of the most virulent anti-Israel in the world.
Netanyahu continues to be at odds with the United States and international powers over a nuclear deal that Netanyahu has called a “bad deal.”