Israel's top diplomat in Texas is painting a grim picture on the heels of the deal reached with Iran on that country's nuclear program.
In fact, Consul General to the Southwest United States Meir Shlomo echoed the line of his country's leadership--calling the deal an "historic mistake"--a deal that essentially freezes the Iranian nuclear program--but does nothing to dismantle it. Shlomo told 550 KTSA News that will do nothing to make any other country in the region feel secure.
"They know very well what kind of country Iran is--and what kind of regime the Ayatollah regime is" Shlomo said, adding the stage is now set for a regional nuclear arms race--as countries will look to protect themselves from Iran.
"That means it will make it a lot easier for any terrorist organization to get access to all of this nuclear capacity that will be out there" Shlomo said.