On the streets of Tehran, driver Seyed Ahmad Moghadasi rejected Mr Netanyahu's statements as "ridiculous" and doubted the USA would pull out of the nuclear deal. According to Hadashot news, a Mossad unit that was operating in Iran had located the warehouse and the precise hangar where the safe that contained the documents was stored.
As he showed a document from Iran on a huge screen Netanyahu said: "You don't need to read Farsi to read 10 kilotons here. TNT".
"The show that was given by Netanyahu was another attempt by him to present something which is absolutely wrong", he said.
Instead, he insisted that the Iran deal had prompted other countries to seek nuclear weapons.
At that point, we would be presented with the same choice that the agreement served to avert: Allow Iran to proceed with its nuclear program or start a war to try to prevent it. Talk about a awful deal. He says the agreement does not prevent Tehran from eventually obtaining nuclear weapons and says the lifting of sanctions has increased Tehran's ability to finance proxy militants in the Middle East.
Netanyahu chose to publicly expose the documents on Monday in anticipation of the upcoming May 12 deadline for Trump to renew or drop his support for the nuclear deal with Iran. "Iran had many opportunities over the years to turn over its files to global inspectors from the IAEA and admit its nuclear weapons work", said Pompeo, referring to the worldwide Atomic Energy Agency.
The Israeli PM has a long history of fearmongering when it comes to Iran, that too without providing any credible evidence.
The nuclear blast targeted an ammunitions depot in Hama, Syria and was so powerful it caused a 2.6 magnitude natural disaster recorded close to Taqsees, Hama, Syria at 10:40 pm local time [on 29 April 2018], at the same time Syrian TV reported several explosions in the same area.
Despite those conclusions, there are some who believe that Netanyahu was successful by proving Iran is a regime that can not be trusted. In exchange, the United States and other world powers lifted trade and economic sanctions against Iran.
Netanyahu stated on Monday that Tehran had been cheating despite signing the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), by continuing to develop its nuclear weapons for future use. Netanyahu concluded that the whole nuclear deal, hailed by former U.S. President Barack Obama as the high point of his presidency, was based on Iranian lies and deception.
While worldwide monitors endorsed by the United Nations have long insisted that Iran remains in compliance with the agreement, for Trump and his closest advisers, that's never really mattered.
Even Israel's top military commander is at odds with Netanyahu.
"It's worth a European push to keep the Iranians on board with the deal, but it's going to be extremely hard", says Ms. Geranmayeh.
Monitoring groups says dozens were killed - including some Iranians - when military sites were bombed on Sunday night.
While European officials continue to work toward such a "fix", they believe the odds are against reaching one.
Hamid Baeidinejad, who was also a member of Iran's nuclear negotiating team during the talks that led to the 2015 nuclear deal, made the comments in an interview with CNN's Amanpour.
Over the past week, senior Israeli military officials have met with their USA counterparts to shore up U.S. support for stronger action against Iran in Syria.
Israeli soldiers take a break during a recent training exercise in the Golan Heights.
The strikes sparked speculation that Israel may have carried them out amid soaring tensions with Iran. The mullahs will now have to patch a major security leak. "One thing is clear, Israel is not threatening the annihilation of any country", Netanyahu said.