Israel Makes Final Push to Shape Restored Iran Nuclear Deal

Israeli officials are scrambling to influence the Biden administration as the U.S. attempts to revive the Iran nuclear deal, pushing for hardened positions and no concessions to Tehran as negotiations enter a critical phase.

The Israeli government has in recent days broken with its quiet approach to diplomacy, sending Mossad chief David Barnea to Washington last month to brief officials from the White House, CIA, Pentagon and lawmakers. Prime Minister Yair Lapid and other senior Israeli officials have begun expressing growing alarm.

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