Prophecy Sign: The future prophetic Middle-East War(s)How can the Obama administration possibly defend this mess of a framework deal they have with Iran?? A document not even signed which both sides dispute as to what it even means. From the prospective of the Iranians they got everything they wanted, and if the Americans dispute that, then the deal is off.
The Iranians expect that they will continue to have a fully functional nuclear structure where all current facilities, including the massive Fordo underground nuclear installation, will remain intact. They are also demanding that once a permanent agreement is signed that all sanctions will be immediately lifted with no phase in time frame. And the Iranians are adamant that there will be no snap inspections of any of the Iranian nuclear sites. In other words, the Iranians expect everything, including the kitchen sink, to be handed to them on a silver platter if only they sign a wee little piece of paper that Obama can wave up and down announcing 'peace, peace'
Meanwhile everybody with a brain in their head and not wearing rose colored glasses see this deal for what it is; a worthless and meaningless deal that will ultimately allow Iran to reach her nuclear goals and which will result in other nations in the Middle-East to go nuclear, (eg Saudi Arabia).
Let us pray that this so-called deal falls apart over the next weeks and that the current sanctions will remain in place and if need be, greatly stiffened. No deal is far better than this stinker of a deal, and this is what Israel has been saying with great gusto for the last several months.
On the other hand, if Obama and his minions decide to sign off on this mess of a deal in the months to come then the Middle-East, and perhaps even other parts of the world, will be moved to the precipice of a great war. Not the war to end all wars, (Armageddon), but very likely the scenarios laid out in the chapters of the Old Testament writers, (Psalm 83, Gog/Magog - Ezekiel 38/39, Isaiah 17, Jeremiah 49).
Iran: New Nuke Deal Is ‘Not Acceptable’
Iran has described an agreement to curb its nuclear program as “not acceptable” days after the United States hailed the new framework deal. Following the announcement of a framework accord that the United States described as a major step in rolling back Iran’s nuclear work, leaders in Tehran began to accuse the Obama administration of lying about the deal’s parameters. The disagreement revolves around a White House fact sheet that outlined concessions Tehran agreed to after negotiations in Lausanne, Switzerland, last week. On Wednesday, Iran rejected most of the concessions it reportedly agreed to undertake. Top Iranian leaders are describing the framework as a “lie” and announced that international nuclear inspectors will not be permitted to enter any of its contested military sites. Iran also maintains that all of the Islamic Republic’s controversial nuclear work will continue under any deal—a claim that runs counter to White House claims.
Iran supreme leader: Nuclear framework no guarantee of deal
A framework nuclear deal reached with world powers last week is no guarantee a full agreement will be secured by the end of June, Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Thursday. “What has been done so far does not guarantee an agreement, nor its contents, nor even that the negotiations will continue to the end,” Khamenei, who has the final word on all matters of state, said on his official website. In the first comments by the supreme leader since the Lausanne framework agreement, an evasive Khamenei said he was “neither for it or against it.” The supreme leader also addressed the discrepancies between the US and Iranian accounts of the terms of the framework agreement, accusing the White House of lying.
Ayatollah Rejects Core Element of Nuclear Deal: Inspections
In his keenly-awaited reaction to the provisional nuclear deal announced in Switzerland a week ago, Iranian supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Thursday attacked a key pillar of the entire deal being promoted by the Obama administration – the question of inspections of suspect sites in Iran.
Iran will sign nuclear deal only if all sanctions lifted, Rouhani says
Iran will only agree to a final nuclear accord with six major powers if all sanctions imposed on the country over its disputed nuclear work are lifted, President Hassan Rouhani said in a televised speech on Thursday. "We will not sign any deal unless all sanctions are lifted on the same day ... We want a win-win deal for all parties involved in the nuclear talks," Rouhani said.
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