Netanyahu furious at the prospect of an agreement
According to BBC News:
US Secretary of State John Kerry has stressed that no agreement has yet been reached on Iran's nuclear programme, as he arrived for key talks in Geneva.
He has joined the UK, French and German foreign ministers for unscheduled talks with Iranian representatives.
Under a deal that has been floated Iran is expected to halt some enrichment activity for limited sanctions relief.
Israel's PM said he "utterly rejected" such a deal and that his country would not be obliged to abide by it.A nuclear deal of any sort has never appeared this close. For the long run, everything hinges on the issue of Iran's right to the nuclear fuel cycle, which may or may not be sidestepped at this point in the negotiation process.
For Netanyahu, the days where President Ahmadinejad made things easy with anti-West public tirades are over. There are those that contend the Israelis are heavily reliant on an enemy to draw attention away from their expansive colonial project in the Levant at the expense of the Palestinians and intentionally stalled Middle East peace efforts, as well as maintaining a special, exclusive relationship with Washington. Judging by the Israeli Prime Ministers recent behavior, such insecurities are on full display.