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Shift of Islamist Support if Relevance of Abrahamic Accords is Lost to Iranian Islamic Regime's Intransigence

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Dec 2, 2021 at 17:11

A significant shift in Islamic dominance is potentially in the offing if the Iranian Islamic Regime's attempts to force a recognition of their nuclear program's viability as an affront to the vehement objections of Israel are any indication. In one of the places this is still a contentious issue is whether the 'Palestinians' can press their claims to Eastern Jerusalem with the Regime's support and the Abrahamic Accord signatories are brushed aside after making their own significant deals with Israel. Does this present itself as a deal breaker with the other participants in Vienna after making bold claims of minimizing the nuclear issue and find out they've been compromised with empty rhetoric that the Iranian Islamic Regime has no intention of stopping its program, no matter the consequences. The phrase "it's too late now" will become their excuse for not stopping the Iranian Islamic Regime in its quest for domination in the Middle East and Israel is compelled to deal with the fallout alone. Islam will never be viewed the same again.

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