Putin moves to boost ties with Tehran, sell missiles to Iran. Does this., and proposed Iran deal, mean war is actually “more likely”? Here’s the latest.

Joel C. Rosenberg's Blog

File photo of Putin and Khamenei meeting several years ago. File photo of Putin and Khamenei meeting several years ago.

(Central Israel) — With U.S.-Israeli relations at arguably their lowest point in history, Russia’s ties with Iran are suddenly growing much closer.

Vladimir Putin on Monday “cleared the way for the delivery of sophisticated air defense systems to Iran,” and Iranian officials say the S-300 missile system could be “delivered his year.” 

This raises the disturbing question of whether the near-term deployment of an advanced Russian air defense system around Iran’s most sensitive nuclear sites — combined with growing concerns by numerous experts that the nuclear deal set on the table by President Obama and the P5+1 will put Iran on the legal path to building nuclear weapons in the not-too-distant-future — could actually make war in the near term more likely, rather than less.

Is this the case? Let’s hope not.

None of us wants to see a war between Iran and Israel (or the…

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