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February 5, 2015 11:14 am

Iranian Military Leader Says US ‘Begging’ for Nuclear Deal

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Iranian military leader Mohammad Reza Naghdi said the US is "begging" Iran to sign a nuclear deal. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

Washington Free Beacon – A top Iranian military leader claims that US officials have been “begging us” to sign a nuclear deal during closed door negotiations with Tehran over its contested nuclear program, according to recent comments made to the Iranian state-controlled media.

Mohammad Reza Naghdi, the commander of the Basij, a paramilitary group operating under the wing of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corp (IRGC), recently claimed that the “Americans are begging us for a deal on the negotiation table,” according to comments published in Persian and independently translated for the Washington Free Beacon.

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  • Jonah

    Begging for a deal? Let me be perfectly clear the end game for every action OBAMA takes is the destruction of Israel, which includes the sending of the state department to israel to assure a Netanyahu defeat. They armed IsIs through Bengazi. Any actions feigned by participating with Jordan will somehow inevitably be turned to Israels disadvantage. The only tears in the white house are for the terrorits who were hung by Jordan.

  • shloime

    i have a bad feeling that the american negotiators couldn’t buy a cheap rug from these bazaar-trained grifters, without losing their shirts. “fool me once, shame on you. fool me twice, shame on me!”

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