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Kerry's deal with Iran is worthless

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Kerry's deal with Iran is worthless

Can the current administration in Washington really believe what they stated to the world regarding Kerry's agreement with Iran? Netanyahu of Israel correctly identifies this deal as a "historic mistake."

Iran is weeks away from having what they need to build a bomb. I believe they are buying time. What about the political prisoners held in Iran, at least one an American citizen who has been told he will be released when he rejects Christ and embraces Islam. Why wasn't his release secured in this so-called "triumph for peace."

Bridgett Gabriel of ACT, an organization devoted to exposing the militant jihadist threat here in the states, reminded me of something that happened in 1938. The prime minister of Great Britain came home from a meeting with Hitler, waving a paper signed by the Fuhrer himself, guaranteeing "peace in our time" between Germany and Britain. We know how worthless that was. This "interim deal" in which the sanctions against Iran are beginning to be lifted, while their agenda continues unabated, is equally worthless. "Those who don't study history are doomed to repeat it" someone once said.

Does Kerry not know that it is considered permissible in Islam to lie to anyone who is not a Muslim? Does he really think his charm is sufficient to move that murderous regime in Iran away from their agenda to wipe Israel off the face of the earth? They won't be successful but it won't be from lack of trying. Only the hand of almighty God will preserve Israel as the lord Jesus returns to bring his people to saving faith in Him. As long as the Ayatollas are running Iran, non-policed agreements are worthless.

P.J. Bertrand

Wood Dale

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