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Nuclear Canard ?

Reader comment on item: The Geneva Agreement with Iran: A Foreign Policy Disaster

Submitted by Gary Clarke (Canada), Nov 24, 2013 at 14:10

Daniel- with so much focus on Nuclear, have we missed the real point? Now Iran gets more money to export terror in greater quantities, with increasing quantity and range. The proxy wars increase, more children are killed by snipers in Syria, and more non-Shiites will die. The nuclear issue was just one prong of the attack. Some Canard indeed.

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The nuclear concerns are no canard but you make an excellent point about the consequences of more money in the hands of the Tehran regime.

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