The Iranian nuclear agreement deadline between negotiators from the United States, Iran and five other nations has passed and been extended. Grave concerns over a preliminary accord to limit Tehran’s nuclear program have been expressed by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and bi-partisan leadership on Capitol Hill.
Would an agreement present a danger to America and Israel and threaten the fragile stability of the Middle East? Representatives from several Middle Eastern countries, including Saudi Arabia, have openly stated that, if a nuclear agreement is signed, they will pursue nuclear arms as well.
The result of such action could be a Middle East nuclear arms race.
In addition, some opponents of the Iranian nuclear agreement have suggested that the Obama administration is pursuing a foreign policy that would make Iran a power broker in the Middle East.
Join Audrey Russo, Host of the weekly REELTalk Radio Show. Russo is also a Clash Daily columnist and handles Middle East, national security, terrorism and cultural Issues.
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