PM hopes to push Merkel, Macron and May from nuclear deal with ‘terrorist regime’

Benjamin Netanyahu has embarked on a three-day trip to Europe to push leaders in Germany, France and Britain away from the Iran nuclear deal and convince them of the need to dislodge Tehran’s military from neighbouring Syria.

The Israeli prime minister has signalled a desire to keep talks focused on his archenemy. “I will meet there with three leaders and will discuss two subjects: Iran and Iran,” he said in Hebrew at the airport ahead of his trip on Monday.

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