Iran Nuclear Weapon Deal Most Beneficial To Israel; All Nearby Regions Now Safer Than Ever From Nuclear Threat By Carie P. email@example.com | Jul 14, 2017 08:26 PM EDT Two years have passed since Iran agreed to stop its nuclear program and after those years, Israel and all the nearby regions became safer than ever from the threat of nuclear weapons. Before the program was curtailed, Israel and some nearby places faced the fear of the possibility that Tehran was developing a nuclear bomb. Recent reports claimed that the world marks the two-year anniversary of the adoption of the nuclear deal with Iran. It can be recalled that Iran agreed to the conditions set by the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action or the JCPOA last 2015. Because of the said agreement, the nuclear program of Iran has been stopped and everything including its pathways to creating a bomb has been blocked. With this Iran nuclear program deal, it was said that the country which would likely benefit from this is Israel. For almost a decade, Foreign Policy reported that leaders in Israel thought and considered making necessary steps in order to destroy the nuclear program of Iran. One of the steps which Israel and some of its allies thought that time was to incorporate military operations which could have lost many lives. If Israel pushed through with this in order to stop Iran's nuclear program, there could have no guarantee if their goal will be attained. In the said agreement set before JCPOA, all the world powers or countries came together and convened to guarantee that Iran dismantled key nuclear infrastructure. Apart from this, they also made sure that Iran submitted itself to extensive inspection and monitoring regarding their nuclear program. Then after two years, the outcome of the signing of the nuclear deal was a clear success and Israel was pleased with this. It was just confirmed by the International Atomic Energy Agency or the IAEA that Iran really complied with the conditions set before the deal. Iran, in order to avoid with the conditions set in the nuclear deal agreement, dismantled two-thirds of its centrifuges. Moreover, the country also lessened its stockpile of enriched uranium by almost 98 percent. But most importantly, Iran gave the inspectors access to its nuclear facilities in order for them to monitor and check. In the face of this nuclear deal success, Israel and the nearby regions accepted its positive impact.