Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's last minute efforts to save his fledgling campaign for a historic fourth term have widened the growing rift between the United States and its long-standing ally in the Middle East.
Iran and its negotiating partners must agree to broad principles on limiting Iran's nuclear capabilities no later than March 24nd and reach an agreement on the technical aspects of the deal by June 30th.
Brig. Gen. (ret.) Uzi Eilam, the former head of Israel's Atomic Energy Commission, said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is "using the Iranian threat to achieve a variety of political objectives."