The details are just coming out, but it appears that Iran gets to keep its uranium enrichment program, albeit on a somewhat reduced level pending 6 months of monitoring. The U.S. agreed not to unilaterally impose new sanctions during this time period, something previously under consideration in Congress with strong bipartisan support. There also will be an easing of some sanctions.
BREAKING: Israeli Prime minister's office says agreement between Iran and world powers in Geneva is "a bad deal"
— Barak Ravid (@BarakRavid) November 24, 2013
AP: Israeli Intelligence Minister Yuval Steinitz says deal is based on "Iranian deception and self-delusion." http://t.co/QfqYbzyrj5
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) November 24, 2013
State TV congratulates the supreme leader and the nation over "victory" in Geneva.
— Mehdi Fattahi (@mFat) November 24, 2013
Implicit in Geneva is acceptance of Iranian enrichment program in comprehensive agreement
– major P5/1 concession.
— Robert Satloff (@robsatloff) November 24, 2013
Amazing what WH will do to distract attention from O-care
— Senator John Cornyn (@JohnCornyn) November 24, 2013
OMG the deal is not even a cap on 3.5 percent enrichment which is 60% of the way to a bomb, it's 5%!!! The US conceded EVEN more. Unreal.
— Ron M. (@Jewtastic) November 24, 2013
This Iran deal is a seminal moment in US-Israeli relations – and not in a good way for Israel
— Michael Cohen (@speechboy71) November 24, 2013
WASHINGTON (AP) — AP Exclusive: US held secret, high-level talks with Iran for months before striking nuke deal.
— Julie Pace (@jpaceDC) November 24, 2013
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