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Iran might reshuffle the cards, togain more

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Submitted by avi Shammas (Israel), Aug 22, 2015 at 15:14

Iran might reshuffle the cards:

If Iran (and/or Obama?) senses that they have succeeded to break the current ("red"-) defense line of the rest of the world, then they are expected to recalculate, to reshuffle the cards, in order bring them some more benefit.

>There are signs that the rest of the world, especially Britain, France and Germany, together with China and Russia, are so tired of those limiting sanctions, so much interested in developing Iran (Trillions of $), so much so, that they do not mind what they or humanity, might face with, in the long range!

> The economical avalanche has already started. Russia has already signed with Iran to install there, the most advance anti air force missiles, that might endanger foe airplanes at 150 kilometer range. Others have rushed & re-opened their closed embassies in Tehran.

> They rush to Iranian arms, even before the agreement is signed. At this fase, is this WISE? Iranians and Obama, understand, that with this childish excitement, the non-Muslim world, will be ready to reduce their expectations, and their relative benefits, in order to just run the process!

> Obama and West have decided to put Israel in danger, so that if anything goes wrong, they would put the blame on Israel! They think that they play safe, for their own nations, by converting the middle-east, into an explosive container. People surrounding Iran will need west for more protection, and are ready to pay for that.

When these Arab/ Moslem countries, get enough advanced arms, then, not only Israel but also Europe, will have at least 2 major risk factors, and really I do not see which of them is worse:
> 1) The risk of Iran nuke, and enhanced worldwide terrorism, and
> 2) The risk of very advanced weapons, in hands of (some more, some less extremist) Unstable, Shaky Arab or Moslem "leaders" who today want defense, and tomorrow would turn their offense towards their neighbors (especially) against Israel, and (not less probably), against Europe!

> In such cases, Israel might find herself in a very dangerous corner, both regionally (offended by neighbors) and globally. For example, by Russia, in defending her huge investments in this region

> The question which would arise is to what level, can Israel rely on her "ALLIESE"???? What is the validity of "Defense Umbrella? Who they, really, are? Where are they now, that Israel and the Jewish people need them, so much? Why do they lift the sanctions of the aggressor Iran, but Isolate, more and more, THEIR ONLY STABLE WESTERN AND DEMOCRATIC ALLIE and democratic ally in this region??? Can you, me, us, rely on them anymore?

Nobody, in the world, wants to aimed at, by fatal weapons. We want to live free, rather than being soaked in the sea of explosives, be it American, Western, or self-made. Force EVIL to LEAVE! LET MY PEOPLE LIVE!

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