Prophecy Sign: The coming Middle-East wars - Iran, (Persia/Elam)
So long as Iran can push off any deadlines and agreements, the Iranians can continue to feverishly work on its ambitions of attaining a nuclear bomb. Israel of course knows all this and is frantic that the Western powers are allowing this to happen. Which beg the questions; Just how much longer can this charade go on before Israel says enough is enough? Will the Israelis attempt to destroy Iran's nuclear program and would this then launch a world war three scenario in the Middle-East?
Meanwhile, the United Nations just adopted an Arab backed resolution calling for Israel to renounce her nuclear arsenal. Of course if that happened and Israel gave up her nuclear arms, then the very next day every Muslim nation in the world would attack Israel.
This is what the LORD Almighty says: "See, I will break the bow of Elam, 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
How long will agreement delay Iran from getting nuclear bomb?
Yet one should not be mistaken. Iran has not given up its wish to get as close as possible – a screwdriver turn away – from a nuclear bomb. It is already almost there. It is three to six months away from assembling nuclear bombs if it decides in the future to turn from the negotiation table and “break out” to the bomb. Iran already has the know-how and technology to build a bomb. Neither a diplomatic nor a technical deal, nor even a military assault, can take that away from Iran. With however many centrifuges and enriched uranium it will be allowed to keep, it is clear that Iran has reached the status of a nuclear threshold state. Ultimately, any deal with Iran boils down to a single question: How long will an agreement delay Iran from assembling a nuclear bomb – one year? Two years? Three years?
Iran: ‘Americans Have Very Clearly Surrendered’
Top Iranian leaders have been celebrating a recently inked extension in nuclear negotiations with the West, with leading military figures and politicians saying that the deal is a sign that the “Americans have very clearly surrendered to Iran’s might,” according to regional reports. As negotiations in Vienna break up so that leaders from all sides can return to their countries for further deliberations, the Iranians have already begun mocking the West and insisting that the country’s nuclear rights will soon be recognized. With a seven-month extension in talks—originally scheduled to expire on Monday—set to start in early December, nuclear experts are predicting that Iran will continue its most controversial nuclear work and likely have enough enriched fuel for a bomb by June 2015.
UN resolution: Israel must renounce nuclear arms
The U.N. General Assembly overwhelmingly approved an Arab-backed resolution Tuesday calling on Israel to renounce possession of nuclear weapons and put its nuclear facilities under international oversight. The resolution, adopted in a 161-5 vote, noted that Israel is the only Middle Eastern country that is not party to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons. It called on Israel to "accede to that treaty without further delay, not to develop, produce test or otherwise acquire nuclear weapons, to renounce possession of nuclear weapons" and put its nuclear facilities under the safeguard of the U.N.'s International Atomic Energy Agency. The United States and Canada were among four countries that joined Israel in opposing the measure, while 18 countries abstained.