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Old April 3rd, 2015, 06:23 AM   #1
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Iran nuclear talks: Hardliners criticise nuclear deal

When the Edmonton Oilers were on their streak of Stanley Cup wins, their coach, Glen Sather was asked about a particular controversial referee. He responded "The guy must be a good referee, both teams hate him."

On that basis, maybe the Iran deal is good.

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Iran nuclear talks: Hardliners criticise nuclear deal

Hardliners in Iran have criticised the preliminary agreement with world powers on their country's nuclear programme.
The framework deal, the full details of which have still to be agreed, will see Iran curb sensitive nuclear activities in return for relief from sanctions.
Hossein Shariatmadari, an adviser to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said Iran had exchanged its "saddled horse" for one with a "broken bridle".
But many people have been celebrating the deal on the streets of Tehran.
Israel meanwhile called it "a step in a very, very dangerous direction".
Government spokesman Mark Regev said Iran would be left with an expansive nuclear infrastructure and able to pursue what he alleged was its "single goal" of developing a nuclear weapon.
Iranian officials have insisted that they have no such ambitions.

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Yeah, how they gonna push their stocks and dividends to over a trillion dollars is we make peace? Send the Americans to be killed and ignored when they return home is the republican war hawk machine mantra.
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When the Edmonton Oilers were on their streak of Stanley Cup wins, their coach, Glen Sather was asked about a particular controversial referee. He responded "The guy must be a good referee, both teams hate him."

On that basis, maybe the Iran deal is good.



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The Israeli argument is disingenuous and foolish. They want the end of negotiations and to return to sanctions. But, the negotiations have uncovered that a Iran has a current breakout period of 2-3 months. Israel is not being honest about sanctions, they want the U.S. to attack Iran.
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