RT released this video, titled, “Israel Blocks Iran-Nuke Deal Again … Here’s the Real Reason … |.” By Robert Inlakesh â- below is her description.
It is nothing new that Israel is opposed to the nuclear deal with Iran, and it is no secret that it would even prefer war to that … but what, according to Robert Inlakesh, is the real reason?
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