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Friday, September 5, 2014

'Iran is Closer to Nuclear Capabilities Than Ever'

Prophecy Sign:  The coming Middle-East wars - Iran

Iranian nuclear heavy water site
I will turn you around, put hooks in your jaws and bring you out with your whole army—your horses, your horsemen fully armed, and a great horde with large and small shields, all of them brandishing their swords.  Persia, (Iran), Cush and Put will be with them, all with shields and helmets...Ezekiel 38:4-5 NIV

'Iran is Closer to Nuclear Capabilities Than Ever'
An Israeli delegation is to travel to Washington DC next week to petition US officials to take stronger stance in renewed talks between major world powers and Iran, in which the sides will discuss the Islamic regime's nuclear program. "I will travel to Washington next week at the head of an important delegation, in light of what could be the last round of negotiations between world powersand Iran before a November deadline for an agreement," Intelligence Minister Yuval Steinitz said Wednesday. "If a bad agreement is reached, this will be unacceptable for us," added the minister, who presented the status of Iran's nuclear program before members of the Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee. Steinitz noted "we are summarizing today 11 years of negotiations between Iran and world powers. And as of today, I am sorry to say that after a year of talks, Iran is closer than ever to achieving nuclear capabilities."

Iran nuclear talks to resume September 18 in New York
The office of European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton confirmed Thursday Iran and six world powers would hold their first negotiating round since they failed to meet a July 20 target date for an agreement in New York on September 18. Ashton's office also confirmed that Iran and France, Britain and Germany would meet in Vienna on September 11. Ashton is the coordinator of contacts with Iran on behalf of the six powers. On Wednesdaym US officials said negotiations between the United States and Iran will resume in Geneva on Thursday and Friday.  "Deputy Secretary of State William J. Burns, Under Secretary for Political Affairs Wendy R. Sherman, and Senior Advisor Jacob J. Sullivan will meet with Iranian officials in Geneva on September 4-5," the State Department said in a surprise late-night statement. Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi, one of Iran's chief negotiators, is also at the discussions, which Iranian news agency IRNA said would last until Saturday. Global powers and Iran agreed in late July to extend a deadline to reach a comprehensive and complex deal on curbing Tehran's nuclear ambitions until November 24.

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