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Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Iranian President Playing Obama to Buy Time to Build Bomb

Prophecy Sign:  The coming prophetic Middle-East wars

Iran watched Syria and Russia run circles around the Obama administration over the chemical weapons situation which made the American President look like a fool and completely out of his league.  So now Iran will attempt to do the same thing with regards to their nuclear weapons program, (while not admitting they have such a program).  Of course Israel is not amused and is attempting to sound the alarm; Few seem to be listening.

Prophecy indicates a time is coming when the mainstay if Iran's military might, (perhaps its nuclear program?), will be totally destroyed and many citizens of Iran will be scattered to the four corners of the planet, (sounds like a fallout situation).  Note:  Elam is an ancient name for the region of present day Iran which houses the Iranian nuclear program. 

This is what the LORD Almighty says: "See, I will break the bow of Elam (Iran), the mainstay of their might. I will bring against Elam the four winds from the four quarters of heaven; I will scatter them to the four winds, and there will not be a nation where Elam's exiles do not go. Jeremiah 49:35-36 NIV

Bolton: Iranian President Playing Obama to Buy Time to Build Bomb
Iran's new president, Hasan Rouhani, is telling President Barack Obama what he wants to hear while buying time to build a nuclear bomb, says John Bolton, former U.N. ambassador and current senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. "Just as Vladimir Putin had played him for a fool over Syria, Mr. Obama was initially snubbed by Iranian President Hasan Rouhani despite frantic White House efforts to produce a handshake," Bolton writes in a Sunday op-ed in The Wall Street Journal.  It's not the first time Rouhani has played the West, Bolton writes. Rouhani was Iran's chief nuclear negotiator from 2003 to 2005, when he successfully followed the same playbook. "By offering what appeared to be concessions, Iran acquired precious time and legitimacy to overcome scientific and technical glitches in its nuclear-weapons program, particularly at Isfahan's uranium-conversion facility," Bolton wrote. 

Israel's Netanyahu warns White House about Iran
Mortified that the world may be warming up to Iran, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is taking an unpopular message to the White House and the United Nations this week: Don't be fooled by Tehran's new leadership. Netanyahu contends Iran is using conciliatory gestures as a smoke screen to conceal an unabated march toward a nuclear bomb. He will deliver those strong words of caution — and fresh intelligence — in an attempt to persuade the U.S. to maintain tough economic sanctions and not allow the Islamic republic to develop a bomb or even move closer to becoming a nuclear threshold state.

Israel PM: Rouhani's Ruse Deception not Diplomacy
President Barack Obama met today with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, only days after a historic phone call between Obama and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. Netanyahu urged the president not to lift the economic sanctions in place against the Islamic Republic. For his part, Obama said he's not taking any options off the table in his efforts to keep Iran from developing nuclear weapons. The Israeli prime minister speaks before the United Nations on Tuesday, where he hopes to convince the world that Iran remains a threat. On the eve of his visit, he delivered a sobering message.

Israel says Iran diverting attention from bomb
Israel on Thursday denounced Iran's call to acknowledge its nuclear weapons, accusing new leader Hassan Rouhani of diverting attention from the regime's own nuclear work. Rouhani, who is seeking a deal with the West on a nuclear standoff, called in a UN speech for the abolition of all nuclear weapons and urged Israel to join the Non-Proliferation Treaty. Yuval Steinitz, the head of the Israeli delegation at the UN General Assembly, said Rouhani was trying "to smile his way to the bomb." "The man is an expert with tricks," Steinitz, Israel's minister for strategic and intelligence affairs, told AFP.

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