Kerry says Iran rejected nuclear pact; says critics should withhold comments until deal's made

  • Article by: MATTHEW LEE , Associated Press
  • Updated: November 11, 2013 - 6:25 AM

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday that the major powers were unified on an Iran nuclear deal during weekend talks in Geneva but the Iranians were unable to accept it. He also said critics of the diplomatic effort should withhold their comments until a deal is reached.

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bogie246Nov. 11, 1310:15 AM

Iran would not accept France's deal. They would have jumped at the proposal from Kerry and Obama. Fortunately France protected Isreal's interests. Think about that...France taking a more logical position than America. We have absolute amateurs running this country.

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jepop90Nov. 11, 1312:02 PM

"Think about that...France taking a more logical position than America."..........so you're saying that the logical position is to side with Isreal no matter what? This is the very reason that the rest of the Middle East hates America.

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bogie246Nov. 11, 1312:37 PM

Jepop: Not what I said. Obama proposed another Sryia type give away. He was ready to remove the sanctions in exchange for a promise from Iran...and allow them to continue to enrich uranium. Obama is either woefully naive or does not have America and our allies' best interests in mind.

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Truckman182Nov. 11, 1312:50 PM

Did we learn nothing from Clinton getting duped by North Korea time and time again (ie we will give up our nuclear program if you give us billions in grain and fuel oil). You cannot negotiate with rogue regimes like Iran....

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vlombardyNov. 11, 13 5:40 PM

Netanyahu will not be satisfied with anything less than a US declaration of war on Iran. It's time for the US to form a Middle East policy that is just for all sides; which would be favorable to us, as well as Israel.

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jepop90Nov. 12, 1312:18 PM

Amen to that vlombardy. Right now we are Isreal's lap dog. If we want to have real influence on the Middle East we need to appeal to all nations.

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