No one will negotiate with Iranians ending the chaos that their country has brought about to the region for 30 years. All talks are now focused on halting the proliferation of nuclear weapons and even this will certainly fail.
A fulcrum of international violence
The world is caught between a rock and a hard place when it comes to dealing with Iran and the end result will be that Iran will rely more heavily on violence and wars.Abdulrahman al-Rashed
We are not just speculating here because Iran today is indeed the fulcrum of international violence with a 3-decade-long bloody record, which has no qualitative or measurable boundaries. Iran’s activities reached the Philippines in the east and Argentina in the west. Despite the social and economic unrest, Iran is practically still active in direct or indirect wars in the Gulf, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Yemen, Sudan and Nigeria, among others. This is why we were surprised that the American administration would believe the same regime that has already fooled previous administrations since the nineties; the Iranians consistently claim that they are committed and honest, only for the world to discover another underground facility to continue its nuclear activity.
Thanks to the negotiations with Iran, we are now facing two possibilities: the first is enabling Ayatollah to produce a nuclear weapon due to the U.S. administration’s slowdown in implementing its threat and bomb the nuclear project. The second possibility is that Iran will be without a nuclear weapon but then, it will be unrestrained and will become out of control free from international restriction imposed on it over the years, and thus it will become more violent.
In my opinion, the world is caught between a rock and a hard place when it comes to dealing with Iran and the result at the end will be that Iran will rely more heavily on violence and wars. The objective behind the pressures on Tehran was to change the regime’s attitudes towards conventional or nuclear weapons. The sanctions have put high pressure so far on the Iranian leadership, which can no longer produce, sell or create havoc around the world.