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November 30, 2013 9:00 am

Iran: Further Nuclear Negotiations Must Leave Out Israel

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Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif. Photo: WikiCommons.

Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif. Photo: WikiCommons.

Washington Times – In what’s sure to fuel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu‘s angst over the American-forged nuclear development deal with Tehran, the foreign minister of Iran said Friday that all further discussions will have to leave out Israel.

The nation’s state-run news agencyIRNA, quoted Mohammad Javad Zarif as saying that Iran “would not attend a meeting in which the Quds [or Jerusalem] occupy regime participates. We consider the Zionist regime as the biggest danger to the region and the world.”

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  • Yoel Nitzarim

    Mohammad Javad Zarif’s quotation, if accurate, MUST be enough grounds for the United States and any rational Free World member to REJECT any further discussion with Iran and reset the sanctions to a much more draconian level. Totalitarian regimes only capitulate to power, not to appeasement. If President Obama and his associates in the negotiations with Iran show any further weakness, such as lowering the sanctions or removing them altogether, Iran will definitely become a nuclear threat to the entire world. Furthermore, the dire threat of nuclear terrorism will be cause for alarm anywhere and everywhere that Sha’ria Law has yet to be in governance. At this juncture, there is not any doubt that Rouhani and Zarif are engaging in a great belly laugh at the expense of the 5 + 1. Indeed, John Kerry and Barack Obama “give ‘legitimacy to terror.'”