Israel is right. Not only could it be a "historic mistake" to put trust in the Iranian's intentions, it is not even smart. For crying out loud, is it smart trading to give up billions on one side for an agreement to do nothing on the other side! Where can I go to enter into one of those contracts! I will gladly agree to do nothing in exchange for billions in benefits! Fools! The whole lot of them,....simply fools! It is irresponsible and outrageous, too, because it is not even their own money they are bartering with. They should have at least gotten something tangible out of the Iranians, like 1000 free gallons of gasoline every year for everyone else on the planet.
Iran agrees to curb nuclear activity at Geneva talks
Iran has agreed to curb some of its nuclear activities in return for about $7bn (£4.3bn) in sanctions relief, after days of intense talks in Geneva. The deal will last for six months, while a permanent agreement is sought. US President Barack Obama welcomed the deal, saying it would "help prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon". Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Iran's right to uranium enrichment had been recognised. Israel, however, said the agreement was a "historic mistake". World powers suspect Iran's nuclear programme is secretly aiming at developing a nuclear bomb - a charge Iran has consistently ... (full story)