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Your view on the Iran deal

The Iran debate, which hit its stride after July 14, when the Joint Agreement between the P5+1 and Iran was signed, is in full flow and shows no signs of ebbing. Congress has said it will vote on whether to approve or disapprove the deal by late September, and advocates and critics on both sides have gone into high gear making their case.

Recent IJN editions are an example of how important this debate is — for those on both sides.

What’s your view on the deal? Should the US support the nuclear deal
negotiated between the P5+1 and Iran?

  • Yes, this deal is the best way to keep Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon in the next decade
  • Yes, this deal is supported by the majority of world leaders
  • No, this deal is not supported by the majority of the US Congress
  • No, Israel is deeply concerned about this deal and the US should be more supportive of its ally
  • No, this deal will further destabilise the Middle East

So far, those answering “Yes, this deal is the best way to keep Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon in the next decade” are narrowly leading. Cast your vote! You’ll find the poll @ ijn2.wpengine.com & leave a comment to let us know the reason behind your vote.




2 thoughts on “Your view on the Iran deal

  1. Aaron Ainbinder

    Iran has a solid track record of not keeping its word on anything.
    Iran has a solid track record of supporting and financing Islamic terrorism.

    The two reasons above are enough for any sane person to denounce our president’s coddling of the Islamic terrorist nation of Iran. We can only speculate on the president’s reasoning, but he is not a stupid man and knows full well that the two reasons above are true.

    Any Jew who purports to love Israel and still votes Democrat is like a chicken who votes for Colonel Sanders.

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  2. Jacob

    The Democratic Party is a disgrace and should be ashamed of themselves supporting this deal. Not that it is any consolation, but they own this and putting this country in eminent danger falls solely and squarely on their shoulders. Just another example of Democrats not listening or caring about the American public.

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