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January 17, 2014 8:00 pm

Top Iran Official: Nuclear Deal Reversible in One Day

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President Obama addressing the nation about the Iran nuclear deal. Photo: White House.

The Daily Beast – Iran’s top nuclear negotiator, Abbas Araghchi, said this week that if Iran decides to resume enriching uranium to levels prohibited by the new nuclear deal, it could begin to do so in one day’s time.

Araghchi spoke on Jan. 12 to the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting Channel 2 following his return from Geneva, where he led the Iranian delegation to the negotiations with the P5+1 countries that resulted in an agreement to implement the Joint Plan of Action signed last November. The interim agreement goes into effect Jan. 20, giving both sides six months to reach a final deal over Iran’s nuclear program.

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  • Yoel Nitzarim

    Mr. President:

    How long does it take for a launched nuclear warhead from a submarine 100miles off the Eastern Coastline to hit New York City, Washington, DC, Boston, Philadelphia, Richmond? How long does it take to launch a nuclear warhead from Iran to London, Madrid, Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels, Tel Aviv, Athens, Istanbul, Amman, Riyadh, Jiddah, Cairo? Twenty-four hours is like an eternity in contrast to the seconds or minutes needed to decimate huge segments of the Free World demography.

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