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March 28, 2015 The approaching blood moon eclipse of Passover and the Iranian nuclear deal


The approaching blood moon eclipse of Passover and the Iranian nuclear deal

The coming blood moon eclipse of April 4 is the third of the tetrad and again it falls on Passover. It closely followed the total solar eclipse of March 20 that the shadow covered all of Europe and northern Africa all the way to the Middle East. On March 31 this round of negotiations will be ending with what appears to be a disaster for the world and Israel in particular as it gives a wink and a pass to the Iranian nuclear program.

This deal seals the fate of the coming confrontation between Iran and Israel. Jeremiah 49:34-39 describes the fate of the area of Elam on South West Iran. Ezekiel 38-39 describes the fate of the rest of Iran when they attack Israel.
http://biblehub.com/niv/jeremiah/49.htm
http://biblehub.com/niv/ezekiel/38.htm

Nando

http://www.businessinsider.com/obamas-latest-concession-guts-whats-left-of-the-iran-nuclear-deal-2015-3
Obama’s latest concession guts what’s left of the Iran nuclear deal
• Jonathan S. Tobin, Commentary Magazine
• Mar. 27, 2015, 9:14 AM
Brian Snyder/APU.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran Ali Akbar Salehi, from left to right, pose for a photograph before resuming talks over Iran’s nuclear program in Lausanne, Switzerland, Monday, March 16, 2015.
You don’t have to be an Israeli spy to know what’s going on at the nuclear talks between Iran and the West at Lausanne, Switzerland.
As the Wall Street Journal reported this morning, the Iranians were holding their ground on yet another key point in the negotiations and, to no one’s surprise, the Obama administration is preparing to give in to them again.
This time the issue is Iran’s refusal to open its facilities up to International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors eager to see how much progress they’ve made on military research for the nuclear program.
But instead of threatening to walk away from a process that appears on track to ending sanctions on the Islamist regime over this key point, the administration is preparing to amend the current draft of the deal to allow the Iranians several years’ leeway before they’d be required to give a full reckoning about how close they are to a bomb.
What this amounts to is the West waving the white flag on effective verification of Iran’s nuclear activities. And that means that not only will Iran be able to cheat their way to a bomb, but they may very well get there even while observing the agreement that is expected to be finalized by the end of the month.
As the Journal reports:
Iran’s refusal to implement the IAEA work plan threatens to undermine the prospects for this comprehensive agreement, say diplomats involved in the talks. The ability of the IAEA and global powers to verify whether Iran is abiding by any future deal to prevent it from racing to develop a nuclear weapon depends, in part, on an understanding of its past work, according to these officials.
But rather than press the Iranians to comply with IAEA demands, American negotiators came up with what they are calling a compromise that falls far short of providing complete accountability about their work to build a bomb:
Under the new plan, Tehran wouldn’t be expected to immediately clarify all the outstanding questions raised by the IAEA in a 2011 report on Iran’s alleged secretive work. A full reckoning of Iran’s past activities would be demanded in later years as part of a nuclear deal that is expected to last at least 15 years.
Brendan Smialowski/Pool/ReutersUS Secretary of State John Kerry (L) sits across from Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif (R) as negotiators wait for a meeting at the Beau Rivage Palace Hotel March 27, 2015 in Lausanne.
The delay will be sold by the administration as a clever strategy to bridge one more seemingly intractable difference between the parties enabling the president to claim a foreign-policy triumph. But this is no minor detail.
While most of the attention in the nuclear talks has always been on Tehran’s ability to enrich uranium and therefore build a stockpile of nuclear fuel, the West’s lack of knowledge about Iran’s military research is key to any understanding of how close they might or might not be to building a weapon. Without a grasp of where they are in that process, all attempts at verification will be without an effective baseline.
Moreover, a delay of this sort makes any effort to get the information meaningless because by the time that the Iranians will be required, at least in theory, to open up their facilities to the IAEA, it will be years after sanctions will have been lifted. So even if they don’t comply on time, it will be difficult, if not impossible to call off the deal or re-impose sanctions on what the Europeans or perhaps a Hillary Clinton administration (if the Democrats hold onto the White House next year) will consider a technicality.
REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger John Kerry, Britain’s Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif and German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier (LtoR) pose for photographers before a meeting in Vienna November 24, 2014.
IAEA head Yukio Amano has made it clear that he has made “no progress” in his efforts to find out more about the Iranian program. But that has not stopped American negotiators from plowing ahead as if this was irrelevant to their quest. According to the Journal, the French, who have showed a bit more backbone in the process than the Americans, have also raised questions and put more demands on the Iranians.
In response, President Obama has let the French play a larger role in the discussion about the weaponization issue. But his purpose there appears to be to be to ensure that Paris will buy into the final deal–no matter how weak it turns out to be–not to allow their concerns to become a roadblock to an agreement.
The president’s goal here is détente with Iran, not stopping them from getting a nuclear weapon. It involves a tacit alliance with the Islamist regime in Iraq and Syria as well as a U.S. determination to retreat from the region and to allow Iran a free hand to defend its interests, a strategy that both moderate Arab nations and the Israelis believe is really acquiescence to Iran’s ambition for regional hegemony.
What’s happened with the issue of military research is merely a repetition of the same pattern of Iranian stonewalling followed by American concessions that has marked the entire process.
Since the U.S. opened up a secret negotiating track with Iran in 2013, President Obama has gradually retreated from a position demanding an end to Iran’s nuclear program to one in which it will be allowed to keep several thousand centrifuges while also refusing to tell the truth about their work toward a bomb and safe in the knowledge that a sunset clause will eventually enable them to build one after the deal expires.
With days left to go before the deadline for the talks to end, anyone who expects the administration to walk away from a deal over any detail, no matter how crucial it might be, has not been paying attention.

Read more: https://www.commentarymagazine.com/2015/03/26/obamas-latest-concession-guts-whats-left-of-the-iran-nuclear-deal-iaea/#ixzz3VgROnZN0

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  1. IRAN already has the bomb, in fact, they may have 10 to 12 of them. The stalling tactics are so set
    in their favor so they can build an ARSENAL comparable to what Israel has…….as if somehow they
    believe they can BEAT Israel in a nuke exchange. Jesus will never allow that, per Isaiah 54 17

    Passover is less then a week, very dangerous times at hand.

    Stephen >>>>>>>>>>>>

    Stephen

    March 28, 2015 at 10:33 pm

  2. Nando, yeah, i have done alot of thinking about all this and I am willing to CONCEDE defeat in my
    hope that said rapture will occur by 3 APR 15, really, I need to be serious already about this.
    Here we are, 31 MARCH, and HE is not back yet. So maybe you are right about SEP, maybe you are
    wrong. what difference does it make really ?? Bottom line is that for the SECOND year in a row, the
    APRIL BLOOD MOON deal has fallen flat on its face. sad.

    Stephen in Hawaii >>>>>>>>>>>>>

    Stephen

    March 31, 2015 at 5:53 am

  3. Stephen, dont dispair as we will soon go home. Maybe not this year but what worries me is that we are promised that that day (not season) will not overtake us. In truth we are all in the dark as to when the rapture really is. We know the times we are in but I need to know what day as promised to me. We universally need to know not just small pockets of people who keep predicting but the dates fall short every year.

    watchingandwaiting

    March 31, 2015 at 10:22 am

  4. Hello, is there someone I can talk about the 1AV ?

    mercedes11111

    April 2, 2015 at 4:07 am

    • Mercedes, I suggest that you make your question and mabe me or a reader could answer you. 3 solar eclipses in cosecutive years a few years back to punctuate the blood moon tetrad is all I know

      Nando

      twelvebooks

      April 2, 2015 at 7:45 am

      • Thank you Nando, I am exploring with all of this and playing with the numbers also related to bitrh charts; for example my birth date is 21.7.1982 and its the 1AV 5742 a few hours after a solar eclipse and I found some very interesting date relations with eclipses and all….I Love to “play” with the numbers and dates. Thank you !! Mercedes

        mercedes11111

        April 2, 2015 at 8:13 am


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