"We will not be able to stay” without security agreement, the Defense secretary said.
Middle East/North Africa
"Powerful sanctions and a credible military threat" are also needed, he said.
“It’s not too much to ask," the Israeli prime minister said.
“I believe the threat has become greater, not lesser,” Rep. Mike McCaul said.
“If the Iranians renege, if they cheat, then the deal is off," lawmaker said.
"I wouldn’t begin the process by conceding anything on enrichment,” Schiff said.
“Iran is not our enemy,” Shimon Peres said.
Top administration officials are making a final bid to stop new sanctions.
The secretary of State urged Israel to do more to support peace talks.
President Obama has an ambitious timetable for wrapping up a Middle East peace deal.