A deal to regret

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Author(s) Boston Herald editorial board
Source Boston Herald
Date November 26, 2013
URL http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/opinion/editorials/2013/11/editorial_a_deal_to_regret
Quotes-start.png The dreadful fact of life is that any deal that is causing jubilation in the streets of Tehran, but trepidation in the streets of Jerusalem and Riyadh cannot be a good thing. The Saudis have been remarkably quiet thus far, but they know well that allowing Iran to continue any uranium enrichment — and this agreement does that — undercuts previous United Nations efforts to halt enrichment entirely. Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position United States should not have signed agreement on the topic Geneva interim agreement on Iranian nuclear program.