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June 14, 2015 9:40 pm

Israel Accuses World Powers of Increasing Concessions in Iran Nuke Talks

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European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs Federica Mogherini and Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif addressed reporters following negotiations between the P5+1 member nations and Iranian officials. Photo: The U.S. Department of State.

European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs Federica Mogherini and Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif. Photo: The U.S. Department of State.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused world powers on Sunday of stepping up concessions to Iran to enable a deal by June 30 on curbing its nuclear program even as Tehran balks at demands for heightened U.N. inspections.

Netanyahu has argued that the agreement in the works would not deny Iran – which says its nuclear projects are peaceful – the means of making a bomb, while granting it sanctions relief that could help bankroll its guerrilla allies in the region.

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  • dante

    the supine and weak west will agree to anything dictated by the mullahs. given that, there is no reason to believe that an agreement will not be concluded.

    the formal western capitulation, dressed up as an agreement, eagerly awaited as an occasion for celebration in western capitals, is a gossamer simulacrum of the agreement that had originally been proposed by the west. now, the primary function of agreement will be to terminate sanctions and to confer legitimacy upon the mullahs’ nuclear program; the concessions that have been made and are yet to be made are so numerous and so consequential that the agreement will achieve nothing positive for the west.

    no positive results. but, that does not mean that the agreement will be without effect in the west (china and russia will, also, rue the day that they acted as collaborators with the mullahs). far from it, the world will suffer greatly from its folly.

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