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    Kerry: These countries incited us to "bomb Iran"

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    Kerry: These countries incited us to "bomb Iran" Empty Kerry: These countries incited us to "bomb Iran"

    Post by Rocky Wed 29 Nov 2017, 2:07 am

    Kerry: These countries incited us to "bomb Iran"
      Wednesday, 29 November 2017 at 10:49 AM (81 views)
    Kerry: These countries incited us to "bomb Iran" 20171129_104946-619Kerry: These countries incited us to "bomb Iran"
    Baghdad / Sky Press

    Former US Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday that Israel, Egypt and Saudi Arabia had urged the United States to "bomb Iran" before reaching a nuclear deal with Tehran in 2015.

    "When he was chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee between 2009 and 2013, he met with Saudi King Abdullah, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, all of whom pressed Netanyahu, especially Netanyahu, For military action against Iran, "according to Reuters.

    "Each of them told me that you should bomb Iran, that's the only thing they understand in Tehran," he said.

    But Kerry considered the demands a "trap," because the Arab states would have publicly criticized the United States if it struck Iran.

    "He does not know whether Iran will resume seeking a nuclear weapon within 10 to 15 years after the restrictions imposed by the agreement are lifted," said Kerry, one of the main architects of the nuclear deal.

    Kerry described the deal as "the best deal the United States could have made that made the Middle East safer, in addition to curbing the nuclear arms race in the region," pointing to a possible conflict without the nuclear deal.

    Kerry criticized US President Donald Trump for asking the Congress to amend the deal and accused him of "disturbing the waters" of legitimate diplomacy by publicly criticizing the deal during his campaign.




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    Kerry: These countries incited us to "bomb Iran" Empty Kerry: Israel, Saudi Arabia and Egypt have incited us to strike Iran, but we have not fallen into th

    Post by Rocky Wed 29 Nov 2017, 3:14 am


    Kerry: Israel, Saudi Arabia and Egypt have incited us to strike Iran, but we have not fallen into the trap

    08:43 - 29/11/2017


    Kerry: These countries incited us to "bomb Iran" %D8%AC%D9%88%D9%86-%D9%83%D9%8A%D8%B1%D9%8A-696x435
    Information / Baghdad ..
    Former US Secretary of State John Kerry said Israel, Egypt and Saudi Arabia had urged the United States to "bomb Iran" before reaching a nuclear deal with Tehran in 2015.
    During a panel discussion in Washington, Kerry said that when he was chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee (2009-2013), he met with Saudi King Abdullah, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, all of whom pressed Netanyahu, Washington for military action against Iran.
    "Every one of them said to me: You have to bomb Iran, that's the only thing they understand in Tehran."
    But Kerry considered these demands a "trap," because the Arab states would have publicly criticized the United States if it struck Iran.
    Kerry, one of the main architects of the nuclear deal, said he did not know whether Iran would resume seeking nuclear weapons within 10 to 15 years after the restrictions imposed by the deal.
    Kerry described the agreement as "the best deal the United States could get" that made the Middle East more secure, as well as curbing the nuclear arms race in the region, suggesting a possible conflict without the nuclear deal.
    Kerry criticized US President Donald Trump for asking Congress to amend the deal, accusing him of "water turbidity" of legitimate diplomacy by publicly criticizing the deal during his campaign.


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