(Worthy News) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, speaking Wednesday in a meeting with the Knesset Foreign Affairs Committee, said the U.S. is pushing for a “small” informal arrangement with Iran in order to prevent a military confrontation over Iran’s uranium enrichment program.
According to a report in The New York Times, Israeli, U.S., and Iranian sources have confirmed that the two sides, in a series of meetings brokered by Qatar, are nearing agreement to limit Tehran’s nuclear enrichment to 60 percent purity.
Iran would also agree to stop terrorist proxies from attacking U.S. contractors in Iraq and Syria and meet certain other conditions. In exchange, the U.S. would unfreeze billions of dollars in Iranian assets, and stop pursuing sanctions. Another element of what the Israeli prime minister called a “mini-deal” may include a prisoner exchange. [ Source: CBN News (Read More…) ]
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