Jerusalem Report

Intelligence Report: Iran on the threshold

The Geneva agreement on Iran’s nuclear program is not necessarily a bad one for Israel’s national interests, but Iran is the true winner in the deal.

US Secretary of State John Kerry shakes hands with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif
The agreement reached on November 24 in Geneva between world powers and Tehran over the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program is a mixed bag.

It carries some good news for Israel, the region, and the world at large; but it also sends undesirable messages to rogue and pariah nations, such as Iran, that may encourage them to be more defiant.

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