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#2 is being already protected against in the deal by the P5+1

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Submitted by Tirtza (Israel), Jul 16, 2015 at 01:03

In an article by Ari Yashar on Arutz 7 yesterday titled, "West to Teach Iran How to Block Israeli Nuclear Sabotage," describes how the deal has a section that deals with a commitment to training by the P5+1 to Iran to help them guard against sabatoge. It seems that turning a blind eye is not enough and they've decided to help them guard their work.

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Yes, this is one of the joyous little surprises that the JCPOA has delivered.

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