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Iranian Negotiator Hinting at Thaw with Israel

"Every agreement opens new frontiers for everyone," Araqchi told Israel Radio.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Seyed Abbas Araqchi hinting at a future peace.

Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Seyed Abbas Araqchi hinting at a future peace.

Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Seyed Abbas Araqchi told Kol Israel Wednesday that, should Iran reach an agreement in the talks being held in Geneva, “the whole world would benefit.” He was clearly indicating that Iran is considering a future, if not near-future rapprochement.

“Every agreement opens new frontiers for everyone,” Araqchi told Israel Radio.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Israel’s Foreign Ministry have been warning the world about Iran’s campaign of pleasantries, but this has been the first time Iran has targeted this campaign at Israel itself.

MK Tzachi Hanegbi warned in an interview today that the west must not give up an inch in terms of the sanctions on Iran, before there is a complete ending to the Iranian nuclear weapons program.

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5 Responses to “Iranian Negotiator Hinting at Thaw with Israel”

  1. Louis Gavin says:

    The only solution here is to talk directly to Iran. Why let others negotiate a bad deal, when Israel, with a bit of goodwill, could negotiate a good one directly. (Just a few years Germany was everyone's enemy . Now it's their ally.) There is no other solution here. A military strike, even if 100% successful, will simply complicate things exponentially and increase terror, hatred and violence ten fold.

  2. Louis Gavin says:

    The only solution here is to talk directly to Iran. Why let others negotiate a bad deal, when Israel, with a bit of goodwill, could negotiate a good one directly. (Just a few years Germany was everyone's enemy . Now it's their ally.) There is no other solution here. A military strike, even if 100% successful, will simply complicate things exponentially and increase terror, hatred and violence ten fold.

  3. mireille1 says:

    I agree with Mr Gavin. We can at least try.

  4. truthseekr says:

    He didn’t say anything about Israel. To say the whole world would benefit from Iran’s nukes could mean to him that the whole world would benefit from Israel’s destruction, G- d forbid. These guys are liars and never can be trusted. They hate Israel because we stand in their way of  a Muslim caliphate.

  5. Yechiel Baum says:

    Israel did not break relations with Iran, it was Iran who did not appreciate the many years of peace and service that they benefited from Israel. We need not pursue Iran. They should be lucky to ask us back!

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