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Tuesday, 19 January 2016

Iran's Nuclear Deal with United States | Ziad Abdelnour

On the surface, the deal for most Western leaders looks good.  The West has nothing to lose but everything to gain from this deal. The major nuclear suppliers  and corporations which are housed in the West gain #money and #business. There is no risk involved as the inspection standards are pretty strict. The West also gets to clean up its image of being anti-Muslim. It also gets a strong hold in the #Middle East as #Iran is close to Afghanistan and Pakistan, gets to check Chinese and Russian presence in the region and above all make huge amounts of money.

Iran on the other hand gets to keep its nuclear program, albeit a limited one. Also, Iran acquires first rate technology, improves its energy security and currency reserves and gets a tremendous boost in its #economy.

For Israel, Iran does not have a very good track record when it comes to nuclear technology as it has in the past tried to build bombs by importing technology from all sorts of rogue nations like Pakistan and North Korea. Plus Iran’s major population is Muslim and Israel is always wary of that because it thinks that after all, Iran’s support to Arabs may put Gaza and Israel at stake. More… and to a number of Israelis in leadership position, a nuclear Iran is an existential threat to the Jewish state as Iran has warned Israel numerous times in the past of “total obliteration”.

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