December 23, 2013

What Should the U.S. Ask from Iran?

Jonathan Tobin, Commentary Magazine

The Associated Press

Were Iran as moderate as the U.S. hopes, its nuclear program would not be so troubling. The choice with Iran is not one between war and peace. Instead, it is whether the U.S. is prepared to make its peace with an aggressive nuclear Iran or a peaceful nation that is not a threat to its Arab neighbors as well as to Israel.

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TAGGED: Israel, Middle East, Iran, Barack Obama

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