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Ross Says Iran — Not Iraq — Answer to Stable Mideast


(Los Angeles) Citing US foreign policy with Iran as the key to political stability throughout the region, Dennis Ross suggested an unconventional, “outside-the-box” idea on how the US — if it were to join the UK, France and Germany at the bargaining table — could effectively deter the Arab state’s game of nuclear brinkmanship.

According to Ross:

1.) Mullahs, who rule through coercion and fear, don’t want large demonstrations in the street.
2.) Iranians are huge soccer fans.
3.) Prenegotiate sanctions that would prohibit Iran from participating in cultural and sporting events internationally, if they don’t stop enriching uranium.

The US isn’t the only country worried about Iranian nucleur proliferation. “Mullahs with nukes is an existential threat to the state of Israel,” said Ross.

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