The most unobservant neophyte could take a glance at the events in the Middle East over the last three years and conclude that this sentiment (rejoining a deal with Iran) betrays a complete lack of understanding of the engine driving such historic change. The catalyst for...
...mutual agreements to normalize relations between Israel and an expanding array of Middle Eastern countries is their mutual rejection of the poisonous influence of Iran in the region. We are united with these ME countries in NOT dealing with Iran, in NOT reaching out to...
...allow them to, once again, negotiate a "deal" that guarantees them the eventual right to produce nuclear weapons, and in NOT backing down to UN and other non-ME pressure to invite them back to the table. Isolating Iran worked. We're all witnessing the proof of that. Only...
...an idiot would recommend or consider changing our approach to conciliation after the successes we've seen from maintaining a hard line. This isn't rocket science - the results of our current policy aren't a secret - anyone who suggests backing down now betrays an agenda...
...that doesn't include peace in the region and/or a lack of understanding of the current state of play in the region.

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