March 12, 2014

Don't Ignore Iran's Threats

Jonathan Tobin, Commentary

The Associated Press

Netanyahu may have thought this tangible proof of not only Iran’s support for terrorism but also its active plotting to thwart peace negotiations would have an impact on the debate about the nuclear talks with Tehran. But anyone who thought this would cause the West to think seriously about the wisdom of a diplomatic process whose premise is a belief in the Islamist regime’s willingness to change or to moderate its policies was mistaken.

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TAGGED: Middle East, Iran

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