With the timing of this event, it allows me to think that it is some kind of "Peace Offering" after the US was discovered running covert operations
to over throw the Iranian regime, it will be only fare to share the technologies of nuclear energy in the first place, but the main frame of thought
of these taking place prior to this news release was little to none of ever happening.
U.S. officials said Washington is working on similar pacts with Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Jordan.
The countries mentioned above are all in some way or another, for shoving Zionists and the Israeli state out of the democratic spot light and this
would break all ties with the USA for being an ally, these countries will feel more protected and secure with the ability to shove power back into the
faces of the Israeli government.
I was very surprised to see this myself. These nations are clearly at odds with Israel and it looks somewhat like we are now playing both sides
against the middle. I am sorry, I just don't buy that a promise to use the technology for purposes of energy will be kept. It would surely make the
already messy Middle East puzzle further complicated and place the US in a very new situation.
How about strengthening the position of our buddies the UAE in the region. That would surely make the nations in opposition to Israel, and NOT our
allies or friends, think more carefully about attacking or standing against Israel.
You really think those "friendly" Arab countries wouldn't turn against Israel once the U.S. give them nuclear plants? You know after they get the
nuclear plants they're gonna make the bomb. IMO the U.S. is extremely stupid for making this move.
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