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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Great powers unlikely to accept flawed nuclear deal with intransigent Iran

Prophecy Sign:  The coming Middle-East Wars - Iran, (Elam/Persia)

Why is the Obama administration hiding details of the Iranian nuclear negotiations from Israel if the discussions are going swimmingly? Israel is not at all amused and obviously greatly worried about just what sort of deal, (likely a very, very bad deal), will emerge in the end.

The day of the Lord is near for all nations. As you have done, it will be done to you; your deeds will return upon your own head. Just as you drank on my holy hill, so all the nations will drink continually; they will drink and drink and be as if they had never been. Obadiah 1:15-16 NIV

Great powers unlikely to accept flawed nuclear deal with intransigent Iran
With hopes fading that nuclear negotiations between Western powers and Iran will succeed, talk in Washington is beginning to turn to how dangerous their failure may be. The worst possible outcomes are horrifying – either Iran becomes nuclear capable within months, or American air strikes destroy its facilities, leading to unpredictable and perhaps even unimaginable further violence. The best outcome could be a nervous stasis in which Iran pauses its program as America's armed forces stand by, and diplomats go about the delicate work of reviving negotiations.
Iran, whose regime has “apocalyptic messianic ambition,” would become a nuclear threshold state under the terms of an agreement now under negotiation between Tehran and the six world powers, Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon said on Monday morning in Tel Aviv. “This agreement will allow Iran to be a nuclear threshold state,” he said.
The choice before the world powers is “no deal or a bad deal,” Ya’alon said at a conference by the Institute for National Security Studies. The six world powers, the US, China, Russia, France, the United Kingdom and Germany erred by allowing the negotiations to focus on how many centrifuges Iran could retain rather then insisting that the centrifuges must be removed.

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Netanyahu: If emerging nuclear deal with Iran is so good, why hide it?
Israeli-US public sparring over the Iranian issue continued Monday, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asking, if the emerging agreement with Tehran is a good one, why hide the details? Netanyahu’s comments at the annual meeting in Jerusalem of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations came the same day that The Washington Post’s David Ignatius reported that the US had decided to “reduce the exchange of sensitive information about the Iran talks,” because of a concern that Netanyahu’s office had leaked “sensitive details” of the US position.

Report: US cuts Israel out of Iran talks

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