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Thursday, March 19, 2015

Kerry says it is possible to reach an interim deal with Iran

Prophecy Sign:  The coming prophetic Middle-East war, (wars)

Is a bad deal nearly ready to be unveiled?  With a deadline of March 31 for a framework, and June 30 for a final deal, it would seem that yes, a deal is in the offing.  You know Israel won't like it, and neither will the Saudi's, but Iran says, trust us, and ignore all those other busy-bodies and just sign on the bottom line.  Which of course Obama and the gang will gladly do so they too can carry away a worthless piece of paper and say "peace, peace", while certain destruction waits in the wings.

Because you have said, ‘These two nations and these two lands will be mine, and we will possess them,’ although the Lord was there, therefore as I live,” declares the Lord God, “I will deal with you according to your anger and according to your envy which you showed because of your hatred against them; so I will make Myself known among them when I judge you. Ezekiel 35:10-11 NASB

Kerry says it is possible to reach an interim deal with Iran

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Saturday he hoped "in the next days" it would be possible to reach an interim deal with Iran if Tehran can show that its nuclear power program is for peaceful purposes only. Speaking on the eve of fresh talks with Iran in Lausanne, Switzerland, on Sunday, Kerry appeared more upbeat about the possibility of a framework agreement by a deadline at the end of the month. A final accord would then be negotiated by June 30.
http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/03/15/us-iran-nuclear-kerry-idUSKBN0MA0C920150315

Draft of Iran nuclear pact would force Tehran to cut its atomic bomb-making equipment by 40%: officials
A draft nuclear accord now being negotiated between the United States and Iran would force Iran to cut hardware it could use to make an atomic bomb by about 40% for at least a decade, while offering the Iranians immediate relief from sanctions that have crippled their economy, officials told The Associated Press on Thursday. As an added enticement, elements of a U.N. arms embargo against Iran could be rolled back. The very existence of a draft in circulation provided perhaps the clearest indication the sides were nearing a written agreement as they raced to meet a March 31 deadline for a framework pact. The deadline for a full agreement is the end of June.

US-Iran Nuke Deal Not Likely as Deadline Nears
Insiders say there's little hope that Iranian and U.S. negotiators will come up with a framework for a deal on Iran's nuclear program within the next two weeks. The best they can hope for is an agreement to hold more talks. That's not likely to satisfy critics of the negotiations in America and Iran. Meanwhile, the Obama administration is putting the focus on Republican senators who sent an open letter to Iran's leaders. Secretary of State John Kerry blasted the senators for their letter that said any deal will need congressional approval. Kerry said Congress will not and should not have a say in any final agreement.

Iran: Deal Possible if Americans Ignore the 'Zionists'
One of Iran’s leaders on Sunday said that a nuclear deal with Iran would be possible if the United States does not listen to the “Zionist lobbies”. "At present, settlement of issues needs political will. There are still differencesover the method of removing the sanctions and we think that if the Americans refrain from being influenced and pressured by the Zionists, certain countries and radicals, all grounds will be prepared for a comprehensive and complete agreement and we have almost arrived at that point," Iranian First Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri said, according to the Fars news agency. He added that certain regional Arab states, the “Zionists” and some extremist political streams in the United States do not want the negotiations between his country and the West to produce results.

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