It is clear that in spite of the fact that Iran chants “Death to America, Death to Israel” Barack Obama will sign any agreement with the IslamoNazis of Iran.
It is also clear that the Iranians know exactly how desperate is Obama for a deal. Now that the U.S. no longer designates Iran as a terrorist state, they have been hanging prisoners at a shocking pace.
So, the next time a liberal Democrat claims that theirs is the party of compassion, steer their gaze to the Iranian gallows where alleged homosexuals, adulterous wives, Israeli spies, and religious heretics are swinging by their broken necks.
In Israel, there growing existential realization, across ideological lines, that America, under Barack Obama, is backing the nuclear mullahs of Iran, just as he backed the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.
We Jews have always been alone and imperiled — but this is the first time that we are aligned against an apocalyptic nuclear power.
Maj. Gen. (ret.) Yaakov Amidror writes:
Only a profound misunderstanding of the nature of the Iranian regime could lead anyone to believe any deal will satisfy Tehran’s nuclear ambitions. The truth is the U.S. can bring Iran’s nuclear program to a halt — it simply chooses not to do so. The nuclear framework agreement signed between Iran and world powers, namely the United States, Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany, on April 2, was defined by U.S. President Barack Obama as a “historic understanding,” while Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu defined the deal as “bad.”
I believe both leaders are right: The deal has radically changed Iran’s position in the global theater, in exchange for it temporarily slowing down its pursuit of nuclear weapons, and in this respect it is indeed historic. The agreement affords Iran the status of a regional power and legitimizes it as a nuclear threshold state. However, it is up to Iran to decide when to cross this threshold, and in this respect it is a bad deal.
The U.S. changed its policy mid-negotiations, going from demanding that Iran be stripped of its nuclear weapons production capabilities, to discussing the nature of the limitations and supervision placed on these capabilities.
The framework deal clearly indicates that the U.S. has come to accept that Iran will one day possess military nuclear capabilities, and that at the end of the supervision period there would be nothing stopping the Islamic republic from realizing this potential.
Full article at Israel Hayom