Published: Fri, May 04, 2018

Zarif: Iran will not renegotiate nuclear deal

Zarif: Iran will not renegotiate nuclear deal

"From the outside, this was an innocent looking compound", Netanyahu explained.

Neither side has any intention of starting a war. "It should also encourage Iran and Saudi Arabia to cooperate to resolve regional crises, starting with those in Syria and Yemen". However, many have suspected Iran is cheating and covertly developing nuclear capabilities. Unlike Israel's many invasions and military incursions, Iran, a poor country, has not invaded any country for over 250 years. In the past, Bolton has urged Israel to militarily annex the Palestinian West Bank, presumably as a twofer.

Netanyahu's main argument was that the newly obtained documents showed that the deal "was built on lies". Right now, the biggest threat to Israel's security is Iran, and the biggest locus of that threat is Syria. Some of the dignitaries of the American government suggested that trump could get, and he will agree to leave the Americans in Syria more than six months. He also said that Israel must have attacked the Iranian bases on Sunday to provoke them for the very same objective.

The Israeli military has neither accepted nor denied about the involvement in the attack.

If, on the other hand, the Trump administration pursues the same approach with Iran as it has with North Korea, and begins to talk seriously with Iranian leaders, it could help defuse tensions in the Middle East. They are poorly trained and equipped.

Because of the JCPOA, Iran is a highly inspected country.

Official Berlin has urged trump to save the current agreement with Iran, and UN Secretary-General antónio Guterres said that there was a risk of war if the worldwide agreement will not be saved.

What has created the wrong impression that war is unavoidable are a few facts. As the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini said, the IAEA has published 10 reports certifying that Iran has fully complied with its commitments. Iran also established its own enclaves in Syria's army bases and airfields.


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu revealed the daring operation as he displayed the trove of documents in a presentation aimed at proving that Iran has lied about its covert atomic weapons program. Dozens of Iranian military advisors, including a colonel in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, were killed.

It was reported that some $30bn of capital left Iran in the first quarter of 2018, mostly to neighbouring countries and the Caucasus.

Syria has been struck by missiles that led to killing of 16 people.

"Here we have a jigsaw puzzle with 30 to 40 percent of the pieces", said Albright referring to what was already known about Iran's nuclear weapon's program.

Iran promised to retaliate against the Israeli air strikes and the killing of its personnel. The alliance includes Iran, Syria and Hezbolllah.

Whilst Israel is careful to navigate its relations with Russian Federation, it is hellbent on preventing Iran from gaining a foothold in Syria and entrenching itself permanently, thus often leading to a clash of interests between Russian Federation and the Jewish State. This goal is not a capricious decision by Netanyahu to divert attention from his domestic troubles and corruption charges he faces.

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, left, speaks with Avigdor Lieberman, then the Israeli Foreign Minister, at Putin's Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow, on December 7, 2011.

It's brinkmanship. A game of chicken. Those issues could raise questions about their motivations should they decide to take Israel to war.

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