How Israel should respond to the Iranian nuclear deal. Simple enough: Expand Jerusalem to the Jordan Valley and apply sovereignty now
Dr. Mordechai Kedar
March 29, 2022
As these words are being written in late March 2022, the media are reporting that it is most likely that the United States will soon sign a new improved nuclear deal with Iran, one very much in Iran’s favor. This new deal would allow Iran to become a nuclear power within a few years, does not address the long-range missiles that Iran is developing, producing and using, and ignores the death and destruction that the Iranian Islamic Republic has sown throughout the Middle East. No doubt, Iran has come out the winner in Vienna. READ MORE
EMET EMET Wholeheartedly Applauds 18 Courageous Democrats for Standing Against Iran Deal Led by Rep. Josh Gottheimer of New Jersey, they are Reps. Elaine Luria of Virgina, Donald Norcross of New Jersey, Juan Vargas of California, Vincent Gonzales of Texas, Dean Phillips of Minnesota, Haley Stevens of Michigan, Tom Suozzi of New York, Brendon Boyle of Pennsylvania, Darren Soto of Florida, Jim Costa of California, Susan Lee of Nevada, Jared Golden of Maine, Grace Meng of New York, Lois Frankel of Florida and Kathy Manning of North Carolina. Five were in attendance at a press conference Wednesday, alerting the media to their concerns about the deal. These included Reps. Josh Gottheimer, Elaine Luria, Donald Norcross, Dean Phillips and Juan Vargas.
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