Israel says Iran nuclear deal founded on lies, delusion

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Early Sunday morning Iran reached a deal with the so called P5+1. The P5 are the five permanent members of the UN Security Council (United States, Russia, China, United Kingdom, and France). The +1 is Germany.

The deal reportedly lifts financial sanctions against Iran for not enriching uranium beyond levels needed to produce electricity. The Associated Press has a primer on uranium enrichment and why nations are worried about a potential nuclear weapons program.

Israel says the deal is based on lies and delusion.

The deal happened after my Week in Review had been generated. So below is an embed of the early Iran-deal headlines. Scroll past that to read the rest of the week’s news.

One headline of note: “Has the time come to accept Messianic Jews?” The story comes from the  Jewish Telegraphic Agency (via the Times of Israel). It’s an encouraging piece that addresses the controversy of Jews accepting Jesus as the Messiah of Israel. works a little like a newspaper. It categorizes the news into topics and is interactive. Click a topic on the right-hand column to “flip the page” and see another set of headlines. #Church includes headlines about persecution of the brothers. #Israel as all stories about “the apple of God’s eye.” #Matthew24 highlight end-time birth pangs detailed by Jesus.

[Editor’s note: Click on the screen capture to browse headlines from this week.]

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