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March 28, 2015 9:30 am

Israeli Official Calls Upcoming Iran Nuke Deal ‘Incomprehensibly’ Bad

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As Iran hailed “massive progress” toward a deal on its nuclear program, an Israeli official described the terms of the looming agreement as “incomprehensibly” bad and rejected the Obama administration’s contention that it would keep the regime a year away from accumulating enough fissile material for a bomb.

Estimating that a framework deal would indeed be signed soon, and that a full agreement would follow in June, the official lamented the US-led negotiators’ apparent readiness to remove sanctions without Iran being required to halt its global terrorist activities, and listed a host of areas in which Tehran was working against American, Israeli and moderate Arab interests without being made to pay a price.

Read full story at the Times of Israel.

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  • Lazar Estrig

    The deal is: “incomprehensibly bad.”

    Iran is supporting the Shiite Houthis who have destroyed a pro-U.S., democratically elected government in Yemen; threatens to annihilate Israel; is threatening the Arab countries while it takes over areas of Iraq, all while Obama romances Iran and helps them pave a path to have a nuclear arsenal. This is madness.

    Where is the U.S. Congress? Are they so feckless that they will support Obama on this dangerous path?

    It’s an incomprehensibly bad deal.

    Does Obama think he can support Iran’s military expansion in Iraq with one hand and send weapons to Saudi Arabia with the other?

    This is Obama again thinking he can outsmart the world.