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  1. ROUHANI AND OBAMA ARE ON SAME PATH AND MAY BE WORKING TOGETHER, dl.

    Here are some thoughts about President Rouhani

    He is not a fool not like the Ahmandinejad, a clown, a cartoon character. This man is brilliant. He has figured out how to link the Israeli- Palestinian conflict and getting sanctions lightened for his nation. He also wants to de-fang Israel of her nukes. Both the iranian president and Obama p may be working in conjunction for some king of deal to release sanctions– by linking theIsraeli- PA negotiations to it. Rouhani backs Abbas and the PA in whatever they desire. Can you see what is coming for these two rascals: a major diplomatic victory for both, and a double whammy victory for Obama.

    I promise that this will be quid pro quo–in other words, Iran will allow inspection and drop its nuclear bomb program (publicly) when Israel signs the NPT treaty of which Iran is a member, AND settles with the PA.

    Rouhani is cleverly getting his way and giving Obamalek a "twofer" triumph for a major diplomatic feat, possiblly a double Nobel Prize, for him and Kerry, and a reputation as being the world's greatest diplomat. PEACE at last.

    If you listen to the UN speeches made, the statements of these two men are congruent. They have much in common actually. I see a double stabbing for Israel.

    I don't doubt we will here something like this from the Iranian President on nukes and de-fanging Israel.
    ………We cannot be held to the same standards of the NPT because ISRAEL the country who is calling for our destruction is not even a member , hence we call upon the State of ISrael to sign it. After all, he will say, How can we in Iran do anything when they (Israel) wont even join the NPT with all the other "civilized" nations in stopping the spread of these weapons. Just some thoughts on the subject.

    Comment by Dvorah Bee — September 29, 2013 @ 8:29 PM

  2. ROUHANI AND OBAMA ARE ON SAME PATH AND MAY BE WORKING TOGETHER, dl.
    Here are some thoughts about President Rouhani
    He is not a fool not like the Ahmandinejad, a clown, a cartoon character. This man is brilliant. He has figured out how to link the Israeli- Palestinian conflict and getting sanctions lightened for his nation. He also wants to de-fang Israel of her nukes. Both the iranian president and Obama p may be working in conjunction for some king of deal to release sanctions– by linking theIsraeli- PA negotiations to it. Rouhani backs Abbas and the PA in whatever they desire. Can you see what is coming for these two rascals: a major diplomatic victory for both, and a double whammy victory for Obama.
    I promise that this will be quid pro quo–in other words, Iran will allow inspection and drop its nuclear bomb program (publicly) when Israel signs the NPT treaty of which Iran is a member, AND settles with the PA.
    Rouhani is cleverly getting his way and giving Obamalek a “twofer” triumph for a major diplomatic feat, possiblly a double Nobel Prize, for him and Kerry, and a reputation as being the world’s greatest diplomat. PEACE at last.
    If you listen to the UN speeches made, the statements of these two men are congruent. They have much in common actually. I see a double stabbing for Israel.
    I don’t doubt we will here something like this from the Iranian President on nukes and de-fanging Israel.
    ………We cannot be held to the same standards of the NPT because ISRAEL the country who is calling for our destruction is not even a member , hence we call upon the State of ISrael to sign it. After all, he will say, How can we in Iran do anything when they (Israel) wont even join the NPT with all the other “civilized” nations in stopping the spread of these weapons. Just some thoughts on the subject.

    Comment by Dvorah Bee — September 29, 2013 @ 11:27 PM

  3. Working together? No. Similar interests? Yes. The US and I am sure Iran as well, are tired of the conflicts, and perhaps believe that they really are unnecessary. If Iran really does not want nuclear weapons, then what is the problem? Why is all of this tension necessary?

    Comment by Daniel Boquist — September 30, 2013 @ 1:03 AM

  4. ZIONforALL Jahbalon No way

    Comment by frankieb43 — September 30, 2013 @ 3:05 AM

  5. I wish Feiglin was PM. Netanyahu has no credibility on Iran at this point. Strike Iran. Strike it now.

    Comment by Shimon Ben Eliyahu — September 30, 2013 @ 7:53 PM

  6. Daniel, you don't really believe that Iran is willing to give up its nuclear whatever to whomever wherever, for whatever? Would you if you were Iran?

    Comment by Eva Feld — September 30, 2013 @ 8:27 PM

  7. Stand by the God's plan and focus on His wisdom.

    Comment by Deborah Mgedzi — October 1, 2013 @ 5:30 AM

  8. This is a pretty pessimistic view, there are other player's in this major game with the Middle East potentially (according to Iran) let by Iran! Israel is correct in her assessment and it will take a few weeks for the rest of the West to accept this. Iran is Russia's client state. Russia is far more devious than Iran and has Iran's number for sure. Does everyone really think Russia is going to let some middle eastern client 'pustule' give her trouble, to close to the Russian borders. Time will show a very different scenario.

    Comment by Vivienne Leijonhufvud — October 2, 2013 @ 12:12 PM

  9. This is a pretty pessimistic view, there are other player's in this major game with the Middle East potentially (according to Iran) let by Iran! Israel is correct in her assessment and it will take a few weeks for the rest of the West to accept this. Iran is Russia's client state. Russia is far more devious than Iran and has Iran's number for sure. Does everyone really think Russia is going to let some middle eastern client 'pustule' give her trouble, to close to the Russian borders. Time will show a very different scenario.

    Comment by Vivienne Leijonhufvud — October 2, 2013 @ 12:12 PM

  10. This is a pretty pessimistic view, there are other player's in this major game with the Middle East potentially (according to Iran) let by Iran! Israel is correct in her assessment and it will take a few weeks for the rest of the West to accept this. Iran is Russia's client state. Russia is far more devious than Iran and has Iran's number for sure. Does everyone really think Russia is going to let some middle eastern client 'pustule' give her trouble, to close to the Russian borders. Time will show a very different scenario.

    Comment by Vivienne Leijonhufvud — October 2, 2013 @ 12:12 PM

  11. This is a pretty pessimistic view, there are other player’s in this
    major game with the Middle East potentially (according to Iran) let by
    Iran! Israel is correct in her assessment and it will take a few weeks
    for the rest of the West to accept this. Iran is Russia’s client state.
    Russia is far more devious than Iran and has Iran’s number for sure.
    Does everyone really think Russia is going to let some middle eastern
    client ‘pustule’ give her trouble, to close to the Russian borders. Time
    will show a very different scenario.

    Comment by vivgolda — October 2, 2013 @ 3:13 PM

  12. Israel needs to act swiftly

    Comment by Gregory David Shalom Gittens — October 4, 2013 @ 3:13 PM

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