JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's intelligence minister said U.S. President Donald Trump's speech against the 2015 international nuclear deal with Iran on Friday was "very significant" and could lead to war given threats that preceded it from Tehran.
Israel's Channel 2 TV asked Intelligence Minister Israel Katz whether he saw a risk of war after Trump's speech.
"Absolutely, yes. I think that the speech was very significant," Katz responded. "Iran is the new North Korea. We see where things are goings."
(Writing by Dan Williams)