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The boys who cried wolf?

Two diplomats in Vienna have told The Associated Press that on Monday they plan to announce that a nuclear deal has been reached with Iran.


The diplomats said late Sunday the announce will say “a historic deal” was reached to restrain Iran’s nuclear development program in exchange for sanctions relief.

However, “final details” are still being worked out, they added.

“We are working hard, but a deal tonight (Sunday) is simply logistically impossible,” the unnamed senior Iranian official told AP. The U.S. official alongside would not comment on exactly when Monday the announcement would be made, but cautioned, “Major issues remain to be resolved.”

It is also important to note that lawmakers in Tehran and each of the capitals in the six nations involved in the talks must also still review the agreement before it can be finalized.

In Iran, President Hassan Rouhani has just signed into law a measure that bans spot inspections and access by foreign or unauthorized individuals to military sites. That law, which affects United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors, automatically scotches the requirements that — at least until this weekend — were known to be red lines for the world powers negotiating with Iran.

The agreement is said to run approximately 100 pages long.


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Hana Levi Julian is a Middle East news analyst with a degree in Mass Communication and Journalism from Southern Connecticut State University. A past columnist with The Jewish Press and senior editor at Arutz 7, Ms. Julian has written for, and other media outlets, in addition to her years working in broadcast journalism.


  1. Now that the Ayatollah has had his toes kissed by O, we can see if O can stand up long enough to threaten Congress into agreeing to force America to commit suicide. He’d like America to spend billions to appease those who would kill us regardless of the piece of paper. We would become destitue and have to downsize our army by 40,000 troups. Why would we agree to die easy for them? O crossed every line and still he is allowed to exterminate. When Hashem drops the hammer, it’s gonna hurt. BAMM!

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