Video: Panel on #Iran nuclear deal in #Israel

7 Apr

“A nuclear deal with Iran: identifying areas of agreement and tension”.

This was the title of the panel which took place last week in Jerusalem.

The panel was arranged jointly by the Israeli NGO “MOLAD” and the Washington based Centre for American Progress (CAP).

Participants (Left to Right): Mathew Duss (moderator), Heather Hurlburt, Helit Barel, Shlomo Brom, Meir Javedanfar.

The panel discussed a number of issues regarding Iran, including how the interim nuclear agreement between the P5+1 and Iran was viewed in Israel, and why.And what a final deal with Iran should look like.

It also discussed the US angle as well as the domestic Iranian viewpoint.

2 Responses to “Video: Panel on #Iran nuclear deal in #Israel”

  1. Ali Kimiai April 8, 2014 at 12:27 am #

    You guys are supposed to be policy makers and everyone of you excluded the most important element on this issue and that is the Iranian people, who are fed up with Islamic Republic, they don’t recognize the selected Presidents and each on in this panel is recognizing Rohani as he representative of Iranian people. I believe the people of Iran should be a part of any negotiation.

  2. Ajax Lessome April 10, 2014 at 3:12 am #

    A nuclear Iran would have grave implications for stability and non-proliferation in both the Middle East and the world. It is imperative that the United States and the international community prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons, in order that the Middle East does not descend further into chaos and decades of progress on halting the spread of nuclear weapons is not undone.

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