The notion of forever in Judaism is not a pragmatic program, when the messiah comes, things will be wonderful, in the meanwhile we need to be practical.
There is no perfect world and no perfect agreements, I’m sorry to say this, but this is the price we need to pay to prevent Iran from gaining nuclear weapons.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s whimpering and ridiculous declarations condemning the accord, which have been ignored by the leaders of the world, present Israel not only as complainer lacking in political wisdom but also indicates how isolated and trapped it is in its fears of persecution.
The agreement, which in Western capitals has been presented as one that will distance Iran from obtaining a nuclear bomb, a victory of diplomacy over force and proof that a diplomatic solution to Iran’s nuclear program is possible, has been portrayed in Jerusalem as an Iranian trap that includes short-term tactical concessions in favor of long-term nuclear progress
All Iran had to do was prove it had no bomb program, which was not difficult, as U.S. intelligence had repeatedly said Iran had no bomb program, then the Iranians proved it.
They agreed to cut their centrifuges by two-thirds, to eliminate 98 percent of their uranium, to halt production of 20 percent uranium at Fordow, to convert the heavy-water reactor at Arak that produces plutonium to a light water reactor that produces one kilogram a year, and to let cameras in and give U.N. inspectors the run of their nuclear facilities.