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November 6, 2013 9:15 am

Iranian Minister Says Nuke Deal Possible this Week

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Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif. Photo: WikiCommons.

Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif. Photo: WikiCommons.

New York Times – Two days before negotiations resume in Geneva between Iran and the United States and other Western powers aimed at ending a fight over the disputed Iranian nuclear program, the country’s foreign minister sounded an optimistic note on Tuesday, saying a deal was possible as soon as this week.

“I believe it is even possible to reach that agreement this week,” Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said in an interview with France 24, a major television network here, before meeting with the French foreign minister, Laurent Fabius.

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    • 1pepe_le_pew3

      I think there was another country, 74 years ago and armed to the teeth, just like Israel, that used the same philosophy to hide their aggressive mentality.

      To refresh your memory, when german propaganda announced that polish forces have attacked the Wehrmacht and that they are shooting back. This lie started World warII.

      Netanyahu’s announcement about Israrel’s right to defend itself really translates into preparation into an unprovoked pre-emptive attack on their neighbors. Will the US allow this to happen?

      Why is Israel so paranoid about Iran? After all, Israel is the country with an overkill of 100s of nuclear warheads.

      Iran does not have any! Why does Israel not sign and ratify the nuclear non-proliferation treaty.

      Iran has signed and ratified this important treaty. And now when Iran wants to make concessions about their peaceful nuclear progam, all Netanyahu can offer is his paranoia about Iran.

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