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The nuke deal /letters/news/727461

The nuke deal

The nuke deal

Updated 03 April 2015

Arab News

April 04, 2015 00:53

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The nuke deal

The nuke deal

Updated 03 April 2015

Arab News

April 04, 2015 00:53

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The nuclear deal between Iran and the western powers is beyond comprehension. Instead of dealing effectively with Iran’s nuclear ambitions, this deal has placed a moratorium on hardcore nuclear activities in Iran. After 15 years, however, Iran could be allowed to acquire nukes. Analysts may hail this so-called breakthrough as a great diplomatic victory but the truth is otherwise. It is clear that Iran has bullied its way through the deal. I find this very strange. Iraq has been turned into ruins just on the suspicion of weapons of mass destruction and Iran has been given a free hand to continue with its nuclear activities for “peaceful” purposes.

It appears as if the West wants Iran to assume a greater role in the region. Iran has been given a new lease on life. With the lifting of sanctions, it will boost its economic activities and at the end of the moratorium, we will witness a much stronger Iran. At a time, when it was supposed to succumb to the international pressure, it did not budge from its stance. On the other hand, at this crucial stage it did not shy away from interfering in the Arab world. I wonder during these 15 years, how arrogantly will it deal with its neighbors. The West has pushed the region into an arms race and it will be solely responsible for the unrest that is to follow. — Tariq Javed, Dammam

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Cartoon in bad taste

The nuke deal

Updated 07 August 2017

Joseba Achutegui, Ambassador of Venezuela

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Cartoon in bad taste

The nuke deal

Updated 07 August 2017

Joseba Achutegui, Ambassador of Venezuela

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I wish to use my “right of reply” to complain about the unfortunate caricature that appeared on Aug. 5, 2017, in your well-known newspaper. The cartoon represents President Nicolas Maduro sitting on a military tank and a hand coming out of the tank’s cannon writing on a book titled “New Constitution.” Such a caricature is offensive to my country.
What the caricature seems to imply is that President Maduro wants to rewrite a new constitution with the power of arms. This is totally false. It is immoral to give your readers such a forged image of Venezuela and its constitutionally- and democratically-elected government.
The revision of our constitution, which is among the best in the world, is mainly to reinforce it and make it more adaptable to the new times. It is not an imposition of our president; it has been backed by more than 8 million Venezuelans and has the objective of re-establishing the peace process that has been trampled by a violent opposition backed by interested foreign countries that pretend to give orders to our sovereign populace.
I fail to understand why some international media report fake news about my country, with the purpose of undermining our sovereignty, and the people of Venezuela’s absolute right to decide, in a free and independent manner, how it wants to conduct its internal affairs.
I invite your newspaper to inform about our country with the truth and the same respect that we, in Venezuela, treat to our brothers of Saudi Arabia.

Joseba Achutegui
Ambassador of Venezuela
Riyadh
Saudi Arabia

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