Divining Iran's true nuclear intent

  • Article by: John B. Quigley , MCT
  • Updated: November 28, 2013 - 2:00 PM

If this is the deal that makes the difference, it may be hard to tell. And what of Israel, in any case?

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rolflindyNov. 28, 13 7:45 PM

Iran has a nuclear power plant and wants to make the fuel for it. Israel bristles with nuclear weapons and won't let anyone near them. Israel runs our foreign policy in the Middle East.

tpods1Nov. 29, 13 6:08 AM

Iran is already saying they can continue to enrich and that the press release by the US is not correct in what they agreed to. I guess after listening to the Obama Administration they thought they said, if you like your nuclear program you can keep you nuclear program.

donj721Nov. 29, 1310:34 AM

Oh ya, I trust Iran way more than Israel, how foolish. Israel is the only friend we have in the mid east.

redeye12Nov. 29, 13 4:33 PM

Only a fool would enter an agreement with Iran that doesn't completely eliminate their nuclear program. They have hundreds of sites. Inspectors will never have access to all of their sites. They will easily be able to continue to enrich uranium and pursue the bomb while the powers who negotiated this deal will slap themselves on the back about how great a deal they struck. All you need to know is that the Iranians were all smiles after this deal was announced.

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