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The United States and Israel are going to hold a joint press conference at the White House on Tuesday with a host of other governments that have been affected by the cyberattacks against Iran’s nuclear facilities.
It’s a far catered-for event intended to put pressure on Iran to change course and end the nuclear dispute over the country’s alleged atomic work.
Israel has joined the US in accusing Iran of breaking international law.
“The international community is working with Iran to identify the perpetrators and bring them to justice — a situation that requires an immediate and thorough investigation and a decision, by Iran, that there will be no more nuclear weapons,” said Deputy Israeli Prime Minister, Deputy National Security Adviser Yaakov Amidror and US Ambassador to Israel, Ron Dermer, during a joint statement Monday.
A former Israeli intelligence chief, Efraim Halevy, has told the newspaper Haaretz that the hacking attacks against Iran’s nuclear facilities are part of a wider campaign of intimidation, extortion and disinformation that has been aimed at making Iran “feel as if it is the enemy rather than the victim.”
This is not the first time that Iran has been targeted by Israel. In July 2013, thousands of Iranian students protested outside Tehran’s embassy in Tel Aviv calling for the downfall of the Muslim dictator, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The demonstrators shouted Iranian slogans and smashed a nearby billboard showing a picture of the Iranian leader holding up his hands and saying: “Death to America, death to Israel.”
Last Tuesday, Iranian diplomats were put on a flight from Tehran to Germany to give a statement to a Parliamentary committee in response to the US-led sanctions, accusing the United States of hypocrisy in targeting the country “even though its behavior is considered as normal in the Arab world and in Europe, for no reason.”
The statement was widely regarded as part of a larger effort to show Iranians that the US was using its sanctions against them as “a tool for pressure,” rather than as a means of countering the nuclear program. The Iranian people, according to the statement from their Foreign Ministry, would have found the sanctions offensive because of “their extreme negative impact on their economic and social situation.”
In July, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani described the nuclear negotiations with the P5+1 group of countries, including the US
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