Political activist Gilad Atzmon says there is a growing international fatigue of Israel’s war-mongering policy and its effort to discredit a nuclear deal with Iran.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said he plans to send his national security advisor to the United States to discuss the interim deal with Iran on its nuclear program.
“Netanyahu and his cabinet are not yet used to the idea that there is a growing international fatigue of Israeli and Jewish lobby belligerence and war mongering,” Atzmon told Press TV on Tuesday.
He said that Israel and its powerful lobby in the United States “fail to understand that the world is telling them ‘enough is enough’.”
“We don’t want to fight anymore Jewish wars… we are not going to bomb Iran for you,” he added.
Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council -- the US, Britain, Russia, France and China -- plus Germany, sealed an interim deal in Geneva on November 24.
Netanyahu responded angrily to the deal, calling it “a historic mistake.”
However, US President Barack Obama has defended the nuclear agreement with Iran, pushing back against rising criticism from Israel and Congress.