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July 5, 2013 12:16 am

U.S. Quietly Offers to Negotiate With Iran, Citing ‘Mutual Respect’

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Newly-elected Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.

Fox News – The U.S. State Department has quietly offered to enter into bilateral talks with Iran based on “mutual respect,” according to an interview an American diplomat gave to the Islamic republic’s state-run media.

In the interview, which was mysteriously taken down shortly after publication by Fars News, a semi-official media outlet with suspected ties to Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, State Department spokesman Alan Eyre said the Obama administration “is ready for talks with Iran.” Eyre said the talks could be one-on-one or through the so-called P5 +1, which is comprised of the five permanent members  of the UN Security Council plus Germany.

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  • E Pluribus Beagle

    So that’s it then, a nuclear Iran by October 2013