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If Tehran turns down Nuclear Deal. response to Yehuda

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Submitted by Anne (United States), Sep 1, 2015 at 08:19

I totally agree with what you say. There will be no sanctions on Iran to stop their nuclear program with this deal, and there will be more terrorism due to this deal, because of billions of dollars of funding. The deal enables Iran to retain the essential elements of its nuclear weapons program:

It does not terminate nuclear weapons research and development

Close nuclear facilities

Dismantle centrifuges

Remove stocks of enriched uranium

Enable substantive, on the spot inspections of Iranian nuclear sites. Instead Iran wants 24 days notice, and they want to inspect themselves....this is such a bunch of ridiculous provisions.

Terminate Iran's Intercontinental Ballistic Missile program.

Iran will be able to wipe out all those who they feel are their enemies.. The problem with complacency from other countries is that they will also be affected from nuclear fallout from air and water. Anyone who approves this deal is either crazy, or has their head in the sand, or as Iran counts on Summoning their Mahdi through Nuclear War.


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