TEL AVIV, Israel – Israel's military chief says the Iranian nuclear deal and the lifting of sanctions that followed present Israel with "grave dangers but also opportunities."
Lt. Gen. Gadi Eisenkot didn't specify what upsides he sees for Israel but his remarks are unusual as Israeli authorities have greeted the deal with trepidation. Israel has been the fiercest critic of the deal.
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