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Obama's anti-Jewish dog-whistles

Just like a dog-whistle issues a sound that only a dog can hear, but which humans can’t, and to which it will respond immediately, a political dog-whistle issues sentiments which are purposely audible to certain segments of society and intended to make them respond in a specific way, but which other sectors cannot hear and don’t understand. 1,358 more words

International Relations

Iran is Telling the Truth About its Nuclear Program


July 16, 2015(ANTIMEDIA) After a long and complicated negotiation, the P5+1 (permanent members of the U.N. Security Council plus Germany) and Iran arrived at a historic agreement. 679 more words

Daily News

Israel will not prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear power

Iran does have nuclear weapons. These are non-strategic nuclear weapons. I mean these are not ICBMs with a range of more than 5,500 kilometers… As for the danger of Iran’s attack on the United States, the danger is zero. 781 more words

War & Peace

Nuclear Deal, Let’s hope Iran sees it through

The UN Security Council and the EU support a deal that will curb Iran’s nuclear program in return for lifted economic sanctions in Iran. Curbing Iran’s nuclear program means limiting Iranian control over enriched uranium which could be used to make an atomic bomb. 513 more words

By Anjonette Hall

The Iran deal - emerging details make it worse than ever

The more the Iran deal is discussed in the media, and as news emerged from the debate in the US Senate’s Foreign Relations Committee, the more we realize that there is so much about this miserable deal that we were not informed of in advance. 1,739 more words

Mideast News

U.S. would show flexibility in nuclear talks with North Korea: envoy


“The Iran deal demonstrates the value and possibilities that negotiation bring.”

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un speaks during the 4th National Conference of Veterans in this undated photo released by North Korea’s Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang July 26, 2015. 351 more words

Beyond the "Déjà Vu

The recent American-Iranian deal will substantively reshape the Middle East by shifting powers in the region and forging new allies. The deal, which was finalized under the care of P5+1—a group of five permanent members of the United Nations including the United States, plus Germany—will place limits on Iran’s nuclear program while lifting the international sanctions that were an extension of the 1979 sanctions that followed the seizure of the U.S. 642 more words