More rumors of war.
This comes from Hezbollah, who wouldn't issue such a statement without Iran's approval. This from the Jerusalem Post:
Failure to strike a deal with Iran over its nuclear program would result in "war in the region," Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah said on Wednesday, Lebanon's NOW reported.
"To all Arab peoples in the Gulf countries of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, UAE and Oman: What is the alternative to understanding between Iran and world leaders? It is regional war," Nasrallah said in a rare public appearance to mark the Shiite Muslim Ashura holiday in southern Beirut.
Nasrallah accused Israel of trying to prevent the deal between Tehran and the P5+1 countries from being signed, in an attempt to push the Middle East into conflict.
"Israel wants a war in the region... it wants the US to strike Syria and attack Iran," the Hezbollah chief accused.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu "is angry and is attempting everything in his power to prevent a deal from taking place... he event called for the help of his Arab partners," Nasrallah said, referring to repeated warnings from Netanyahu against a "very bad deal" with Iran.
He also condemned Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states pushing to stop the impending deal with the Islamic Republic, accusing them of teaming up with Israel for this purpose.
“Unfortunately, Netanyahu has become a spokesperson for some Arab states," he said.
Nasrallah also denied that a nuclear agreement with the West would lead Iran to abandon Hezbollah, stressing that Hezbollah has full confidence in both its Iranian and Syrian allies.
So on the one hand, we have Hezbollah saying there will be war if an agreement is not reached.
Now we see Netanyahu saying that a 'deal' with Iran will lead to war.
From these two articles, it appears that there will be the threat of war regardless of whether a deal is struck or not:
The currently discussed deal between six world powers and Iran could lead to war, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Wednesday, intensifying his campaign against a possible interim agreement on Tehran’s rogue nuclear program.
“There are not just two possibilities on the Iranian issue: A bad deal — or war. This is incorrect. There is a third possibility — and that is continuing the pressure of sanctions,” Netanyahu said in the Knesset. “I would even say that a bad deal is liable to lead to the second, undesired, result.”
On Tuesday, the White House alsowarned of the dangers of war with Iran — should Congress vote for new sanctions on Iran.