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Contents: (summaries below)
  1. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Speech at the AIPAC Policy Conference, PMO, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
  2. Saudi Columnist: Netanyahu Is Right To Insist On Addressing Congress About Iran Deal, memri.org, Special Dispatch No.5981
  3. Legitimizing Iran as a Threshold Nuclear Power?, gatestoneinstitute.org, Yaakov Lappin
  4. As Nuclear Talks Progress, 11% in U.S. See Iran Favorably, gallup.com, Andrew Dugan
  5. UPDATE 2-U.N. nuclear watchdog says pace of Iran's cooperation slow, Reuters, Shadia Nasralla
  6. A Problem of Nuclear Proportions, BESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 290, Maj. Gen. (res.) Yaacov Amidror
  7. Op-Ed: Holocaust 2? More Horrifying than the Original., israelnationalnews.com, Rabbi Dr. David Nesenoff

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Speech at the AIPAC Policy Conference
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

PMO, March 02, 2015

...So we defend ourselves and in so doing, create the basis of a broader alliance.

And today, we are no longer silent; today, we have a voice. And tomorrow [Mar 3], as prime minister of the one and only Jewish state, I plan to use that voice.

I plan to speak about an Iranian regime that is threatening to destroy Israel, that's devouring country after country in the Middle East, that's exporting terror throughout the world and that is developing, as we speak, the capacity to make nuclear weapons, lots of them.

Ladies and gentlemen, Israel and the United States agree that Iran should not have nuclear weapons, but we disagree on the best way to prevent Iran from developing those weapons....

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Saudi Columnist: Netanyahu Is Right To Insist On Addressing Congress About Iran Deal
Special Dispatch No.5981

memri.org, March 02, 2015

In a March 2, 2015 article in the Saudi daily Al-Jazirah, columnist Dr. Ahmad Al-Faraj supported Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's decision to speak at the U.S. Congress against the upcoming deal with Iran. Al-Faraj said that Obama, "one of the worst American presidents," is working to sign a deal with Iran at the expense of America's longtime allies in the Gulf, and therefore Netanyahu's campaign against the deal is justified and serves the interests of the Gulf states.

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Ahmad Al-Faraj (image: Al-Jazirah, Saudi Arabia)

"In a move unprecedented in U.S. political history, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu received an invitation from the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the Republican John Boehner, to address both houses of Congress... Netanyahu will devote his speech to expressing his firm objection to the signing of an agreement between the Obama administration and Iran on the nuclear issue. He hopes to convince the Congress members that he is right, which could delay the agreement.

"President Obama and his administration are clearly furious. Not because Netanyahu is intervening in an important matter that Obama hopes will bring him personal glory, but because House Speaker [John Boehner] did not consult with Obama before inviting Netanyahu, and Obama considers this a breach of established protocol.

"This unprecedented tension between the Obama administration and Netanyahu is another in a long series of tense and unfriendly episodes between Obama and Netanyahu. But the tension has never before reached this level, as reflected in statements by National Security Advisor Susan Rice, who said that Netanyahu's conduct was unacceptable and even destructive......

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Legitimizing Iran as a Threshold Nuclear Power?
Yaakov Lappin

gatestoneinstitute.org, March 01, 2015

The emerging Iran nuclear deal spells trouble.

For the past several months, Israeli security officials have privately been expressing concern over the emerging deal between the Obama Administration and the Iranian regime over Tehran's nuclear program.

Defense officials familiar with the complex threat posed by Iran's nuclear ambitions have sought to stay clear of political statements, instead offering straightforward explanations as to why the deal, as it appears to be forming, will pose an extremely serious problem for the security of Israel and other Middle Eastern states in the path of Iran's seemingly hegemonic aspirations.

Leaving aside the many technical details that are part of the wider picture of Iran's nuclear activities, the essential problem with the would-be deal is that it will leave Iran with an enhanced ability to enrich uranium -- an ability that can lead Iran to nuclear weapons production in a relatively short time....

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As Nuclear Talks Progress, 11% in U.S. See Iran Favorably
Andrew Dugan

gallup.com, February 28, 2015

Story Highlights

  • Consistent with past years, 11% see Iran favorably

  • 77% say potential Iranian nukes are a critical threat

  • Republicans far more likely to say Iran is critical threat

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- As the United States and several other nations continue to negotiate what would be a landmark agreement to limit Iran's production of nuclear weapons, more than eight in 10 Americans view Iran unfavorably (84%). Only 11% have a favorable view of the country. Despite this potential thaw in Iranian-U.S. relations, Americans' views on its long-time foe have remained unchanged for 26 years....

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UPDATE 2-U.N. nuclear watchdog says pace of Iran's cooperation slow
Shadia Nasralla

Reuters, March 02, 2015

The U.N. nuclear watchdog chief said on Monday Iran was being slow to cooperate with his agency's investigation into the Iranian atomic programme and that the inquiry could not continue indefinitely.

Diplomats have voiced doubt over whether the outstanding issues in the U.N. investigation would be resolved before a broader diplomatic agreement is reached between Iran and the United States, Britain, France, China, Russia and Germany.

The seven countries have set a deadline of late March for a framework deal and June for a comprehensive final settlement that would curb Iran's nuclear activity to ensure it cannot be put to bombmaking in return for the lifting of international sanctions that have hammered the oil-based Iranian economy.

When asked about a time frame for the U.N. inquiry running parallel to the higher-level negotiations, International Atomic Energy Agency chief Yukiya Amano said: "It depends on the level and pace of cooperation from Iran, I cannot tell by when...

"We have asked questions and the questions are clear, so (Iran) can answer."

The Islamic Republic has yet to address two outstanding issues relating to alleged explosives tests and other measures that might have been used for nuclear bomb research which it should have explained away by last August....

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A Problem of Nuclear Proportions
Maj. Gen. (res.) Yaacov Amidror

BESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 290, March 01, 2015

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The proposed agreement with Iran is very bad. We should bear in mind that Iran’s leaders openly state that Israel must be destroyed, calling it a “one-bomb state.” But the truth is that even without using nuclear arms against Israel, a nuclear Iran will make the Middle East far more dangerous.

Tension over the Iranian nuclear program is at an all-time high. Among the reasons for this tension are the framework agreement between the United States and Iran, which is supposedly nearing completion, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to the American Congress early next week [Mar 3], during which he will speak against the agreement and against the will of President Barack Obama.

Why is the Iranian nuclear program so important? Why is the prime minister of Israel, who knows Israel-U.S. relations so well, willing to risk a head-on conflict with the president of the United States over Iran, of all things? Why is the Iranian threat a matter of prime concern for the State of Israel? The answers to all these questions are complex.

The first question is whether the Iranian regime ever intended, or still intends, to obtain nuclear weapons. This question has been asked for some time, and anyone who has ever worked, or still works, on the issue and is familiar with the information that many of the world’s intelligence agencies have gathered has an unequivocal answer to it.

Almost every intelligence agency interprets the Iranians’ unrelenting efforts in the same way: Their intention is to obtain nuclear arms. Their efforts to construct a plutogenic reactor and enrich uranium in large amounts, and at their current level of enrichment, also add up to one thing: Nuclear weapons. There is no other way to explain the herculean efforts they have been engaged in for so many years....

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Op-Ed: Holocaust 2? More Horrifying than the Original.
Rabbi Dr. David Nesenoff

israelnationalnews.com, February 15, 2015

...In short, there will be no Western World to write about it or build the museums; it will be a global disaster, one big crematorium.

And if you don't believe this scenario then you're the guy in the old Holocaust movie that was naked and walking into the gas chamber saying, "I hope the shower is warm."

So when the Prime Minister of Israel is invited by one of the branches of the U.S. Government (there are three, there is no king) and he wants to once again plead for a non-nuclear Iran, everyone should listen to him....

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