scheduled to begin on July 2.Netanyahu said Iran “shouldn’t have any capacity to enrich [Uranium] because they don’t need it for civilian nuclear energy,” and that by giving Iran the tools needed to make nuclear weapons, even under lock and key, they could “kick the inspectors aside and deceive them at any time,” in order to achieve nuclear power. He highlighted his thoughts on how an Iranian nuclear program would affect the world, saying it would be “bad for Britain, bad for Europe, bad for the United States, bad for Russia, bad for China, very bad for Israel, bad for the Arabs, and bad for the world.” Credit: YouTube/IsraeliPM">