The Prime Minister of Zionist Regime of Israel has been lecturing the UK government not to restore diplomatic relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran, telling Britain make any possible rapprochement conditional.

Benjamin Netanyahu, who believes his years of Iranophobia attempts are reaching a dead end with the recent diplomatic outreach launched by the government of new Iranian President Rouhani, is conspiring yet another deceit campaign in and around Europe to prevent a possible thaw in the Islamic Republic’s relations with the west.

Worse than the deceit campaign, the Zionist regime’s premier is explicitly telling Europe, Britain in particular, to introduce conditions to Iran if they want to restore bilateral relations.

The premier of the occupying regime has called on the UK government to condition its restoration of full diplomatic ties with Iran on the Islamic Republic ending its calls for the destruction of Israel.

“Iran is calling for the annihilation of the Jewish state and of a member state of the UN,” Netanyahu told the Financial Times. “It seems sensible that Britain would say, ‘Before we reestablish diplomatic relations, abandon this.’”

As part of his fear-mongering campaign against Iran, the premier of the occupying regime has taken with him the regime’s head of National Security Council Yaakov Amidror and Spying Minister Yuval Steinitz to Europe in desperate attempts to force its European allies to keep the pressure on the Iranian nation through illegal, barbaric sanctions ahead of the Geneva talks between Iran and the so-called G5+1 countries comprising Russia, China, the U.S., Britain, France and Germany over the Islamic Republic’s nuclear energy program.

The new Iranian diplomatic approach has made such a storm across the U.S. and Europe, that the premier of the occupying regime felt the need to take his Iranophobia offensive to the streets both across Europe and in the U.S. Last week, Netanyahu bombarded the U.S. media market with some 8 interviews, all of which were directed against Iran as part of his scare-mongering attempts. In Europe too, He arranged multiple interviews with media outlets and newspapers in Britain, France and Germany to further his anti-Iran agenda.

As far as illegal, illegitimate anti-Iran sanctions are concerned, Netanyahu moaned “if the sanctions are relieved, the whole sanctions regime will collapse.

“So they’ll get everything, and we – the collective we – will get nothing. If it falls on me to say something that everybody understands, I’ll say it. And don’t say I didn’t warn you”, boasted the premier of racist regime of Israel.

“At this juncture, we have to say things clearly, and the clear thing is this: Iran should not have centrifuges; it should not have plutonium plants. These things should be completely dismantled”.

Isn’t it ridiculous? The premier of a racist regime, which has been established by force and through occupying the lands of a historic nation, a regime which does not even comply with the smallest rules and regulations adopted by the United Nations, a regime that has been massacring defenseless, innocent women and children in Gaza through its inhumane siege of the Strip, a regime whose armed-to-teeth gangs of troops kill Palestinians in the occupied West Bank on a daily basis, a regime whose jails are full of Palestinian teens who are tortured and abused by wild prison guards, and more importantly, a regime which has stockpiled hundreds of nukes and various weapons of mass destructions in total defiance of the international community, this regime is saying that “Iran should not have centrifuges”, while Iran as a signatory to the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and a committed member of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has each and every right to develop nuclear technology for peaceful purposes.

Now it’s with the history to decide whether an implacable, racist regime with unlimited ambitions and aggression should have the ability, with no supervision, to develop nukes in defiance of all international laws and regulations, while at the same time the Islamic Republic of Iran, whose nuclear energy activities are monitored, round-the-clock by the IAEA-installed cameras and inspectors, should not be able to enjoy its basic rights which is entitled to as enshrined by international rules and regulations.

Other reports had it that Netanyahu phoned British Prime Minister David Cameron and French President Francois Hollande to urge them not to ease sanctions against Iran.

As far as Britain and the Israeli Prime Minister’s fear-mongering campaign are concerned, the UK foreign secretary William Hague announced recently that his country was in talks with the Islamic Republic of Iran to re-establish bilateral ties severed almost two years ago.

Britain unilaterally cut its bilateral relations with Iran and closed its embassy in Tehran in November 2011 after a group of people, angry with the UK’s anti-Iranian policies, staged a protest in front of the embassy building and inflicted some damages on its gate and walls. Actually, Britons did not allow the then Iranian government to investigate what has happened and rushed to declare a severance of bilateral ties by expelling Iranian diplomats in London and closing the embassy there.

Now, racist regime of Israel is scared of a possible thaw in relations between Tehran and London, which ultimately will add to Netanyahu’s isolation at the international scene.