President Trump announced that the U.S. will withdraw from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), colloquially known as the Iran nuclear deal. Trump may be hoping for a better deal. Or it may his way of giving control of Iran back to the people. Maybe it's a message to Korea. Will it matter?
Alan Dershowitz says Iran can be trusted — to do whatever it can to destroy Israel. The Iran nuclear deal should be viewed from that perspective.
There are a number of shortcomings in the Iran nuclear deal, the worst of which is that Americans remain in Iranian jails while the Obama Administration celebrates the "diplomatic victory."
Israel knows the risks of a nuclear Iran; deal or no deal, it won't allow that to happen.
The side that's right about the Iran deal should reap the benefits; the other side should take a beating. The stakes are too high to ignore their votes.
It is not the signing of a pro-Iran support letter; its saying you are a rabbi to give weight to your signature that matters
Is the choice a nuclear deal or war, or Iran with eventual nukes and a strong economy or Iran with nukes and no economy? Which is the bigger threat?
If Judaism and Israel are to survive Liberal Jews have to put their Judaism first and break with a Democrat president and Secretary of State on a messianic suicide mission.
The framework is bad: Iran keeps its centrifuges and uranium, and once sanctions are dropped, the world won't take them up again. But it's the best we can do.