In an interview with Arutz Sheva, philanthropist Kenneth Abramowitz spoke about Iran, terror organizations, and US President Donald Trump's first speech at the United Nations General Assembly.

Abramowitz is the co-founder of NGN Capital and founder of a blog about the threats facing the West called

"Mr. Trump is the clearest it's been in a long time," Abramowitz said, noting that the US President could still be "a little more clear."

"In the Middle East, we are fighting four terror organizations," he explained. "People think we're fighting ISIS, Al-Qaeda. They also know we're fighting Iran, which is the number one terror organization today. But we're also fighting the Muslim Brotherhood, financed by Turkey and Qatar, who are half friends, half enemies... And we're also fighting the Wahhabis financed by Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, who are half friends half enemies."

"Trump is the best we can do, but he still does not have quite the clear enough picture to realize we're fighting four terror organizations at the same time."

Regarding cohesion within the Trump administration, Abramowitz said, "Trump has a good vision of whats going on. Not all his security advisers are on the same page, but knowing Trump, he'll just make sure the security advisers come onto the same page. "

According to Abramowitz, war is inevitable.

"We're basically in World War Three," he said. "Iran has promised to kill everyone in America: Death to America, genocide against America, [and] now genocide against Israel, too. But as President of the United States, he has a responsibility to protect us."

"It's one thing to speak about Iran, it's another thing to do something about Iran. The administration hasn't yet realized that there's no non-military solution for Iran and North Korea. When you're dealing with professional terror organizations like that, you can't negotiate your differences.

"In the next fifteen years, either Iran or America will not exist as we now know it. Basically, we'll find out which one wont exist in fifteen years."

The Iran deal is a figment of the world's imagination, Abramowitz said, noting that "Iran never signed the deal."

"The deal with Iran doesn't exist, it's all in the imagination of people. Iran never signed the deal. There is no deal. It's just a question of when America accepts the fact that there's no deal, that it realizes that it must protect itself. Iran's working on nukes and ICBMs (intercontinental ballistic missiles), you only need ICMs to blow up America. So the plans are there to blow up America, we just can't sit around and think about it."

Predicted that Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu would give a "great" speech at the General Assembly, Abramowitz noted that Israel is "vitally important" to America.

"I'm sure [Netanyahu] will give his usual great defense of Israel and how important Israel is to America. Israel basically protects America from the four political Islam terror organizations, and is therefore vitally important to America."