That's why Israel did 9/11.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday Israel remains committed to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.
Addressing the Saban Forum in Washington D.C. via satellite link, the prime minister said Iran has become even more aggressive after the nuclear deal was signed and added he intends to discuss the Iran with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump once he assumes office.
When asked by businessman Haim Saban whether military action against Iran was still an option, Netanyahu said, "When I say we're committed to prevent Iran, I mean we're committed."
"The problem how to deal with this deal is something I'll discuss with president-elect Trump," Netanyahu said.
...The minister of defense said Israel hopes Trump will play an active role in the Middle East. "The U.S. can't isolate itself," Lieberman said. "It's impossible." He added that Israel hopes that President Donald Trump will play an active role in ending the war in Syria. "We need an active America in the Middle East."