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Friday, July 17, 2015

Slight Opinion Differences

"Israelis know better than anyone else the cost of permanent conflict with Iran and it is wrong to suggest that Israel wants such an outcome [war]. We seek a genuine and effective diplomatic solution. The alternative to this deal is not war. The alternative is a better deal that would roll back Iran’s military nuclear program and tie the easing of restrictions on Iran’s nuclear program to changes in Iran’s behaviour. That’s the kind of deal that would be welcomed in Tel Aviv and here in Israel’s capital Jerusalem." 
"We would have wanted to see a deal that says the following: 'Iran, you will get the easing on the restrictions on your nuclear program, and you will get sanctions relief if you change your behaviour first."
"The deal agreed to in Vienna, I regret to say, paves this terrorist regime’s path to the bomb. It lifts the sanctions today and paves the path to the bomb tomorrow....But the interesting part isn't only only that you have given them sanctions relief. You have also given them hundreds of millions of dollars that they can fuel into their terrorist activities and into their war machine."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

"We are not naive about this. We understand that our many disputes with Iran about its regional conduct will remain and will have to be dealt with in the months and years to come."
"The question you have to ask yourself is what kind of a deal would have been welcomed in Tel Aviv? The answer, of course, is that Israel doesn’t want any deal with Iran. Israel wants a permanent state of stand-off and I don’t believe that’s in the interests of the region."
"We will judge Iran not by the chants on the streets of Tehran, but by the actions of its government." 
British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond
British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond (L) holds a press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the latter's office in Jerusalem
British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond holds a press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the latter's office in Jerusalem Photo: AFP

Perhaps Mr. Hammond is unaware that it is the actions of the government, and of Grand Ayatollah Khamenei that leads the people on the streets of Tehran to chant "Death to America", "Death to Israel". The Big Satan and its principal allies like Britain may be beyond the reach of a nuclear-tipped ballistic missile in the short run, but the Little Satan is conveniently located in the same geography, a handy reach for Iran's current brand of ballistic missiles soon to be teamed with nuclear tips.

The haughty, aloof and superior comments of the 'civilized' Mr. Hammond, cautioning the histrionics in evidence in Mr. Netanyahu's dissent over the disagreeable agreement reached with Tehran on the part of world leaders whose countries are fairly remote to Iran's missiles is typical of unaffected countries brought in to settle a regional affair that has far reaching implications when nuclear technology is involved. Iran's Aryan Islamist sect is poised to subdue the Middle East's Arab Islamic majority in a confrontation that will erupt the volcanic suspicion and hatred between them.

That is, after its planned extermination of the Jewish State which goes unnamed by Tehran but for reference to the "Zionist Entity". Perhaps Mr. Hammond and Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Germany's foreign minister, who takes umbrage at Israel's criticism of the agreement who calls the deal "responsible", and derides the "coarse way" in which Israel slams it, should listen to Maryam Rajavi, President elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran.

Tehran will ultimately cheat on its agreement with world powers negotiated in Vienna this week to build a nuclear weapon, Ms. Rajavi will inform anyone who cares to listen to someone who knows the entire agenda of the Islamic Republic of Iran's mullahs and the Republican Guard Corps' imperative function.

Ms. Rajavi is of the informed persuasion that the agreement will introduce a nuclear arms race to the Middle East, providing the Tehran regime with a new opportunity to expand financing of its terrorist proxies in Yemen, Syria, Lebanon and Gaza. This Iranian insider warns that Iran’s ruling clerics cherish its nuclear program as one of the three pillars ensuring their continuity of control; the other two being suppression of domestic dissent and export of terrorism regionally and internationally.

Or, if they prefer, they could discuss the issue with Saudi Arabia which declared that reconsideration should be given to "the sanctions on Iran for its support of terrorism", which sounds like an echo of Israel's position. "An Iran without sanctions will pump billions of dollars to its proxies, which are destabilizing Yemen, Syria, and Iraq", according to Jasser al Jasser, managing editor of the Saudi Al Jazeerah daily. "Saudi Arabia will not allow Iran to take advantage of this deal."

The interesting tension between Britain and Israel, where 'Tel Aviv' is referenced as Israel's capital, and the prime minister of Israel having to remind the British envoy that it is 'Jerusalem' that Israel considers to be its capital, despite the refusal of the world community to recognize it as such, speaks volumes about the distance between Israel and the global powers that vacillate in their support for Israel, while pretending they have its best interests at heart.

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