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Iran punching above their weight ?

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Submitted by Carlos de Souza (India), Jul 17, 2015 at 22:01

Yes, for sure, Iran were punching well above their weight. And, despite my admiration for their negotiating abilities, the fact remains that they were not on their own. They had Obama on their side right from the start. In fact, Hussein Obama has proven more of an Iranian than Ali Hosseini Khamenei himself. Don't lose heart. Israel can outwit and outsmart all 7 put together. Shalom !!

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