When both sides are unhappy, it sometimes marks the fair deal. Nobody wanted the crisis, both claim an existential threat from the other. Israel of course loves the sanctions that are wrecking the Iranian economy, and truth be told Iranian lives.
Who lies? Both of them.
Iran Has Capitulated to the U.S. in This ‘Vienna Submission’
As soon as the Vienna agreement on Iran’s nuclear program was inked, The WorldPost asked the first president of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Abolhassan Bani-Sadr, for his analysis of what the deal means for Iran and the region.
WorldPost: Is this deal good for Iran?
Abolhassan Bani-Sadr: It is a capitulation to outside powers by the regime of the ayatollahs that has brought this fate upon the Iranian people.
Israel’s Netanyahu Says Western Powers Are ‘Caving’ At Iran Nuke Talks
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s leader says Western powers are “caving” into Iran even as the Islamic Republic keeps railing against them.
Responding to the Iranian supreme leader’s call to continue the struggle against the United States regardless of the outcome of nuclear talks, Benjamin Netanyahu says Sunday his country will not accept such a reality.
While only used in conflict twice, the devastating effect of nuclear weapons is clear enough to have changed the course of history and redefined how states think about war. Allowing countries the opportunity to wipe out massive populations at the press of a button is a terrifying reality that has led to international efforts to stop the proliferation of warheads and secure the ones that currently exist.
In the negotiations between Iran and the P5+1, the attempt to stop Iran from having the ability to attain nuclear weapons has been the chief goal of the U.S. and its allies. Iran, for its part, has cried hypocrisy that many of the powers it is negotiating with are the ones who created nuclear instability to begin with. The WorldPost presents a timeline of when the world’s powers got their own nuclear weapons: