An article in the New York Times published on September 13, 2012 reported that President Obama recently rejected an appeal by the Prime Minister of Israel to clearly spell out a specific line (http://www.prlog.org/11996524-lifelock-promo-code-20-off-coupon.html) that Iran would not be allowed to cross in its nuclear program. A senior administration official said that the rejection deepened the divide between the two allies over how to deal with Iran’s desire to build nuclear weapons.
It was reported that President Obama and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had an hour-long phone conversation in which President Obama repeatedly deflected Netanyahu’s proposal (http://www.prlog.org/11996518-bh-cosmetics-coupon-codes-save-30.html) to lower the threshold of the amount of near bomb grade uranium Iran can have before the United States would respond with a military strike against its nuclear facilities.
The official interviewed by the New York Times said that president Obama reiterated the assurances he gave to Netahyahu in March, assurances that the United States would not allow Iran to make a nuclear weapon. However, the president (http://www.prlog.org/11998277-tigerdirect-coupon-code-20-off.html) was not willing to agree on any specific action, like a predefined threshold of nuclear material for Iran or a failure to meet a deadline on negotiations that would trigger military action.
Israel seems to be getting anxious for some type of commitment from the United States (http://www.prlog.org/11996370-green-smoke-coupon-code-latest-working-coupons.html) on when they would take action against Iran for building nuclear weapons. The Israelis are saying that diplomatic talks and economic sanctions have not done anything to slow the progress of Iran’s nuclear program.
The article reported that Prime Minister Netanyahu believes that Iran has enriched enough uranium (http://www.prlog.org/11996528-sittercity-promo-code-25-off-coupon.html) that it is rapidly approaching the point where Israel will no longer be able to prevent them from making a bomb. US officials say that they will be able to detect and prevent Iran from passing the point where they would be able to make a bomb and that there is no evidence that Iran has even made the decision to build a bomb.
Many Israelis are becoming frustrated because they feel that the Americans are not sufficiently concerned about the growing stockpile of enriched uranium in Iran. Iran maintains that they are using nuclear materials only for peaceful purposes (http://www.prlog.org/11996509-checks-unlimited-offer-code-50-off-coupon.html), like generating electricity, but we have to keep in mind that Iran is a country that has repeatedly threatened to wipe Israel off the map.
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