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Iran says no

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Submitted by Dianne (United States), Aug 20, 2015 at 16:57

I don't think we have to worry about this, (Iran saying "no") because we heard Khamenei rejoicing over the deal, didn't we? On the other hand I don't think Khamenei is worrying about Iranians embracing our cultures because he will make an example of anyone by killing him or her in a horrific way that will keep the people "pure."

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No, that is precisely the point: Khamene'i has not rejoiced over the deal but kept a Delphic silence about it.

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