President of the United States, Donald Trump, warned that Washington D.C. will walk away from the nuclear deal with Iran if it is agreed that the United Nations agency watching the agreement is not strict enough to do so itself. In Trump’s words, “We will not accept a weakly enforced or inadequately monitored deal.” The main problem with the Iran deal is that it is suspected that there are sites the Islamic republic did not report as part of their nuclear program. In 2016, months after the nuclear agreement with Iran went into effect, there were accusations of these unreported sites used for forbidden nuclear military research and development. When the Iranians finally granted inspectors access to view these sites, a significant amount of time had passed, creating significant obstacles. On Monday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and U.S. President Donald Trump will meet up in New York to discuss many things, one being the issue with Iran’s nuclear program.
Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman are in agreement with the Israeli defense over whether they should pressure the United States to scrap the nuclear agreement with Iran. Netanyahu and Lieberman both believe that the United State’s withdrawal from this would be in Israel’s best interest.
While this delays Iran from making their nuclear weapons it does not stop them from doing so. If the United Nations agency overseeing this agreement is not strict enough with checking it frequently enough then Iran can disobey the rules and easily develop a nuclear arsenal capable of completing their stated goal of wiping out Israel.
It is imperative that the United Nations agency watching this deal is stricter with the Iranian republic because if not this will put Israel in great danger. It is no secret that the Iranian government does not like Israel and this under supervised program could lead Iran to destroying Israel.
The Jewish people have a responsibility to Israel. It is the Jewish peoples obligation to make Israel a livable land. The Jewish people must stand up for Israel in every way possible. This deal is an example of how the Jewish people residing in especially the United States but also Israel can fulfill their duty of making Israel livable (especially a place where Jews can reside). We, the Jewish people, can stand up and make petitions and protests to lead Trump to scraping this deal and providing more assistance to protect OUR land.
The Iranian republic has shown us that they do not like Israel and that they are using undocumented sites for nuclear weapons and these two things combined means nothing good for the future of Israel. Thankfully Trump acknowledges the corruption within this deal and maybe with a little push from Israel advocates this deal will dissipate and Trump will provide more assistance to Israel.