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March 27, 2015 1:04 am

Report: Netanyahu Might Accept Unfavorable Iran Deal

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Reuters – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has begun to signal that Israel could resign itself to an Iranian nuclear deal that would leave its enemy with some uranium enrichment capability, a compromise he has long opposed.

The shift seems surprising given Netanyahu’s contentious speech to the U.S. Congress earlier this month in which he argued against world powers letting Tehran keep thousands of uranium centrifuges and remain on possible course to a bomb.

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  • Peter O South African

    It doesnt have much to do with nutanyaho as Israel is not a member of the NPT.

  • Dr. Stephen Steinlight

    The last thing the Prime Minister Netanyahu should do in the face of countless humiliations from the Obama Administration, including direct interference in the Israeli election, is to accept and thus validate the very nuclear “treaty” with Iran he has opposed so eloquently and substantively. To do so would make Netanyahu look like a whipped dog seeking Obama’s favor. Let Netanyahu be Netanyahu. He should maintain the status he has earned as the Churchill of our time. To acquiesce in Obama’s preposterous and outrageous agreement with Iran — in any way, shape or form — is to risk losing the moral authority and statesmanship that all but his bitterest foes recognize. Please, Mr. Prime Minister, do not make yourself complicit in Obama’s not only foolish but also sinister plans.

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