Israeli media: Fear in "Israel" as nuclear agreement with Iran is near
Israeli media reports that "Israel" fears that the Iranian nuclear deal could consist of conditions that are not in its interest.
The military affairs commentator for Israeli Channel 12, Nir Dvori, said Wednesday that Israeli Security Minister Benny Gantz has brought forward his travel date to the United States.
Responding to a question about the reasons for Gantz's urgent visit to Washington, Dvori said the atmosphere in "Israel" indicates that the Americans may soon sign an agreement with the Iranians, noting that "Israel" fears that the deal could consist of conditions that are not in its interest.
Dvori explained that this is why "Israel" chose to launch this campaign, referring to Gantz's upcoming visit to the US and revealing that the Israeli Air Force is conducting maneuvers on attacking nuclear facilities in Iran.
Commenting on a picture showing the Commander of United States Central Command, Michael Kurilla, inside the command center in the headquarters of the Israeli Security Ministry where the maneuver is being orchestrated, Dvori indicated that Kurilla observed the joint maneuver carried out by warplanes as part of demonstrating the close cooperation between the US and "Israel".
The military affairs commentator said the tendency in "Israel" now is to put a lot of pressure on the US, advising the Americans to deal with the agreement through awareness in order to reach an improved agreement for a longer period of time.
On Tuesday, Israeli media said that the Iranian front is becoming intense, revealing that the US Air Force will participate for the first time in the Israeli Air Force's simulation of a widescale strike on Iran in May, during the "Chariots of Fire" drills.
The aviation drills, which will include a simulated strike on Iranian nuclear sites, will take place over the Mediterranean Sea during the month-long exercise, which begins on May 29.
The "Chariots of Fire" exercise, which involves virtually all IOF units, has been focused on preparing to strike along "Israel's" northern borders, especially against Hezbollah in Lebanon.
On his part, political affairs correspondent for the Israeli Kan channel, Gili Cohen, said that "Israel" and the Gulf are very concerned about the negotiations with Iran.
Cohen indicated that Gantz's upcoming visit to Washington comes as "Israel" and the Gulf are unaware of the current status of the nuclear negotiations and whether the US intends to respond to the Iranian request of removing the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps from the list of terrorist organizations.
The political affairs correspondent said that Gantz will meet with US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan, who earlier met with the Saudi Deputy Minister of Security that was concerned about Iran's activities.
It is noteworthy that a few days ago, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said that a good agreement can be reached if Washington takes a political decision and abides by its commitments.