Will Iran accept peace w/ Israel? If not the current regime, what about the future?
- joshuaLv 51 month agoFavorite Answer
Probably not....and there is no future with a different regime. Israel does not have the power to remove the Iranian regime. They need the United States and that would take a full scale invasion which the US people will not allow their government to do
And I hate to break it to you but their presidential election is coming up which means Iran will vote in a hardliner and a war monger. They’ll be less likely to deal in the future.
Killing that Iran deal was both a strategic and political blunder for the US
- RobertLv 61 month ago
Enmity against Israel by Iran is inappropriate, given that history shows Persian friendship with the Jewish People, as shown below.
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“After the overthrow of Babylon by the Persians, [the Persian King] Cyrus [...] gave the Jews permission to return to Jerusalem in 537 B.C.E [Persian year 1159 B.P.] [Islamic year 1194 B.H.]. The Book of Ezra reports that 42,360 availed themselves of the privilege, including women, children and slaves, finally completing a long and dreary journey of four months from the banks of the Euphrates to Jerusalem.”
Please scroll down to the heading: “The Return”, at:
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I hope this helps.
- HoarsemanLv 41 month ago
Iran is the scorpion to Israel's frog -- if you know your fables.
Anyone that trusts anything Iran says ,is naive beyond words.
The phrase "Trust but verify" was invented specifically for the likes of Iran
- Anonymous1 month ago
I doubt the current onbe will.
And who knows what the future holds/