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Rouhani tells Kishida world must not miss chance for nuclear deal with Iran

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Release the Peace!

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explain this statement?

Yeah, how much money does the state of Israel receive from the US? $3 billion in grants annually to Israel to fund military purchases.

Without the conflict the funds would dry up, pure and simple.

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I hope Israel can keep quiet long enough for something tangible to eventuate. Trouble is the Jews need a conflict to keep American money flowing into their state. Things were actually progressing until that idiot Bush talked about his "axis of evil".

Don't you think that was a racist, xenophobic and insensitive comment to make? If you don't like Israel, say so. No need to throw out racist slurs.

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Iran should be uninterested in Russian and N Korea out-of-dated nuclear school they paid with their oil financial gain.. Japan is one in every of its largest oil shopping for nation, This speak can work higher than USA bashing Persia. iIran can;t lose its huge custome.. Japan is obtaining too cozy with alternative oil manufacturing countries in geographic region.

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Kishida san, the deal with Iran fell through yesterday.

Hopefully, we still be able to move forward with this but their true intention still needs to be verified. . I am still too skeptical as I know how tricky Iran has been in the past.

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@spudman

Trouble is the Jews need a conflict to keep American money flowing into their state.

Would you mind trying to explain this ridiculous statement?

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I hope Israel can keep quiet long enough for something tangible to eventuate. Trouble is the Jews need a conflict to keep American money flowing into their state. Things were actually progressing until that idiot Bush talked about his "axis of evil".

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