The Iranian government has rejected the nuclear pact written by President Obama and supported by several other nations and has instead opted to write its own deal for dealing with Israel's nukes, according to Breitbart.

The July deal had backing from the the U.K, Russia, Germany, China, France and the Tehran regime, but now the Iranian parliament has made changes to the pact.

"The Majilis approved their own version of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, creating a situation where the Iranian government simply hasn't signed on to the accord that Obama and Democratic Senators obligated the United States to uphold," reported Breitbart.

Many news outlets, like Reuters, previously reported that the agreement was passed on Tuesday with Iran's support, but now it has been reported that the deal was in fact not accepted entirely.

The Middle East Media Research Institute says that instead of approving the JCPOA, the Iranian Majilis created an amended version that passed on Tuesday, Oct. 13 with a vote of 161-59.

"...The inclusion of these new Iranian demands in a Majlis decision constitutes the first written demand by an Iranian authority to amend the agreement, a demand that was mentioned verbally on September 3, 2015 by Iran's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei," according to MEMRI.