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Israel, U.S. dispute Iran deal

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JERUSALEM — The United States vowed Monday it would not cave to Iran in negotiations over the Islamic republic’s nuclear program despite charges from Israel and France that negotiators were proposing to let Iran maintain its nuclear capacity.

U.S. Ambassador to Israel Daniel Shapiro vowed Monday that President Obama would not allow Iran to obtain nuclear weapons and that the United States would not sign on to a “bad deal” at negotiations with Iran tipped to restart later this month.

Speaking at the Jewish Federations of North American General Assembly in Jerusalem, Shapiro drove home his point by repeating it in Hebrew, according to the Jerusalem Post.

He said that the U.S. would not “squander” the leverage of Western economic sanctions on Iran, which wants those sanctions removed. Shapiro said that no deal on Iran’s atomic program would be better than a bad deal…read more

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