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Reader comment on item: Obama's Iran Deal Has the Makings of a Catastrophe

Submitted by Abu Nouman (India), Jul 14, 2015 at 22:56

The deal is good for American companies and re approachment policy with Iran since there are many commonality in regards to regional issues barring Tel Aviv .In Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria fighting ISIS, CIS and south and south east Asia corridors .The problem is with US foreign policy which is Israel centric and the US lost its way in dealing with Iran to serve it own strategic interest.

In regards to the deal I see no threat to GCC as long as US is the custodian, so no worry for that Remember US illegally and unlawfully, froze Iran 's asset of Shah time after the Islamic revolution ...For Israel I think it is a high time to declare itself a nuclear state rather than objecting of a deal good for peace and stability in the region .Should this file be open to the international community also?Let us see how it will get the approval of the Congress and get implemented by all parties. The region needs peace and stability .It should encourage other warmongers to settle score diplomatically and avoid wars .


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