"Today, you have awarded a great prize to the most dangerous country in the world.
I hate to be the one who spoils the party, but someone has to say that the emperor has no clothes. Today is a very sad day. Not only for the state of Israel, but for the entire world, even if at this moment, the international community refuses to see the tragedy.
It is a sad day because the international community is taking steps to lift the sanctions on Iran without first waiting to see if Iran complies with even a single obligation in the agreement.
It is a sad day because this agreement gives Iran a seat on the commission which will decide whether or not it has violated the agreement. This is like allowing a criminal to sit on the jury which will decide his own fate.
You haven't changed Iran's destructive ideology, which goes beyond proliferating deadly weapons and funding terror.
It is not only that you have not cured the symptoms, you have strengthened the source of the problem. You have given the source of the problem- Iran- money, stability at home, and time to carry out its destructive ideology.
For the first time anyone can remember, Israel and the Arab world see eye to eye- this deal is dangerous for the region, for the people of the region- Jews, Muslims, and Christians alike, and for the entire world.
You, in the international community, have a bad track record when it comes to seeing impending disasters, even when it is right in front of your eyes...
This weekend, 21 years ago, Iran and Hezbollah sent a suicide bomber driving a van loaded with explosives, into the Jewish Community Center in Buenos Aires. 85 innocent people were killed and many others were injured.
Since then, you can find Iran's fingerprints in every corner of the globe, targeting innocent civilians, smuggling arms, financing terrorist groups, and engaging in illegal proliferation activity.
Now, what did the world do to respond to Iran's growing empire of terror?
Well, just a few minutes ago, here:
It voted to empower it.
It voted to strengthen it.
It voted to fund their expansion.
Iran will now have 150 billion dollars to fund terror groups.
So, the 150 billion dollar question is-- what will this map look like tomorrow?
How will the new Iranian pie be distributed?
How much money will go to Hezbollah and Hamas?
How much money will go to Assad?
How much money will go to fund worldwide terror activities?...
When the villain is laughing, you know something is wrong.
Friends, the villain is laughing, and his laughter echoes throughout the world. Loudly and clearly.
When we hear laughter from a country whose Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, says that even after the agreement is signed, Iran will continue the battle against the United States, Iran will continue supporting terrorists in the Middle East and around the world - something is wrong.
When we hear laughter from a country whose president, just days before the agreement was signed, marches at the head of a parade in Tehran in which American and Israeli flags are burned- something is wrong.
When we hear laughter from a country which does not even attempt to mask its hatred, something is wrong.
Friends, something is very, very wrong.
Israel, but not only Israel, is on the front lines. We will all pay the price- and not just in the Middle East.
It might sound surprising to some of you, but we in Israel tend to take it seriously when someone threatens to destroy us.
Ladies and Gentleman,
In future years, the consequences of this mistake will become clear to all, but for Israel, tomorrow is already too late."