Iran Requests Relaxed Sanctions

In talks this week about its nuclear program, Iran reportedly is offering ways to assure the international community it is not pursuing an atomic weapon in exchange for relaxed sanctions.

Also this week in Israel in the News:

– Pentagon looks to give Israel another $70 million for its Iron Dome system.
– Mood upbeat as Egypt conducts its first presidential elections.
– Syria’s so-called ceasefire appears to have ended amid reports of escalating violence.
– Ohio man gets prison term for aiding terrorist groups to target Israel.

This week’s Israel in the News Perspective features The Fellowship’s Ami Farkas from Jerusalem on Israel’s public image among the international community.

Author: Stand For Israel | May 24, 2012
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What do you think?

  • Murray
    May 27, 2012
    6:06 pm

    Don’t forget he was the last president – Ronald Reagan.who knew that national ID. is. The mark of the beast.

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  • Tom
    May 25, 2012
    10:13 am

    Trust comes with verification by Iran that it is not pursuing nuclear weapons. American president Ronald Reagan had a good idea in “trust but verify” that I also think applies to this situation. Lack of verification on the part of Iran does not help us trust them.

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    • Dan C
      May 25, 2012
      6:53 pm

      I pretty much trust Iran’s leadership to be rabid Iranians; liars, murderers, terrorists, and the worst radical Islam has to offer. Period. Shalom.

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