Obama's Re-Election Deal with Iran; Putting Politics Ahead of National Security
Byline: Reza Kahlili, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES
Ever since President Obama took office, the idea of a grand bargain with Iran has occupied his mind, and still today he believes the Islamic regime will be kind to him and negotiate. He is woefully mistaken.
Mr. Obama's grand bargain, reinforced by his inner circle, calls for Iran to give up the idea of a nuclear bomb while continuing to pursue its peaceful nuclear program, help resolve the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and reconsider its terrorist activities worldwide.
Every recent U.S. administration had tried in vain to negotiate with the radicals in Iran. Mr. Obama remains blind to the fact that any negotiations or sanctions will fail because the Islamist regime is ideologically committed to the expansion of its ideals.
Last February, the Obama administration and the leaders of the Islamic regime held secret negotiations over an agreement that would …
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Publication information: Article title: Obama's Re-Election Deal with Iran; Putting Politics Ahead of National Security. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: The Washington Times (Washington, DC). Publication date: October 31, 2012. Page number: B04. © 2009 The Washington Times LLC. COPYRIGHT 2012 Gale Group.
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