SearchWolves at the gate: Anti-Iran rhetoric dooms reformist Rouhani? — RT Op-Edge

Wolves at the gate: Anti-Iran rhetoric dooms reformist Rouhani? — RT Op-Edge...
rt.com 20/07/2013 News

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By Sergey Strokan: is a journalist, essayist and a poet.
The hopes for a new reset in Iran’s relations with the West on the back of reformist Hassan Rouhani’s landslide victory in the June presidential poll are being put to a critical test, as the rhetoric against the Islamic Republic continues in full swing.

Increasingly frustrated over a stalemate in talks with six world powers (the United States, Russia, China, France, Britain and Germany) over Iran’s nuclear program, Israeli prime-minister Benjamin Netanyabu, in a hotly debated interview to CBS, warned that the clock is ticking and there is no way for the window of diplomacy to be kept open forever.

A wolf in sheep’s clothing is no less dangerous a species than a wolf in wolf’s skin – it’s the same breed of a predator one should never trust. It should be made toothless, if not done away with by a hunter. This is how Mr. Netanyabu described the landmark changing of the guard in Iran. Expanding the metaphor, the wolf in wolf’s skin is outgoing Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad – a vagabond, reckless leader who was never scared to threaten Israel and the West. A leader who showed a non-cooperative approach in dealing with the “big six” of world powers, which was desperately trying to resolve the Iranian nuclear crisis – so far, with no signs of success.

Meanwhile, the wolf in sheep’s clothing is no one else than incoming Iranian president Hassan Rouhani, whose inauguration is slated for Aug.3. “Smile and build a bomb. He brags about the fact that he talked to the Europeans while completing a nuclear conversion plan. I think they can’t be allowed to get away with it”, Netanyabu lamented. Increasingly frustrated over a stalemate in talks with six world powers (the United States, Russia, China, France, Britain and Germany) over Iran’s nuclear program, Israeli prime-minister Benjamin Netanyabu, in a hotly debated interview to CBS, warned that the clock is ticking and there is no way for the window of diplomacy to be kept open forever. A wolf in sheep’s clothing is no less dangerous a species than a wolf in wolf’s skin – it’s the same breed of a predator one should never trust....

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