Iranians partied in the streets after President Obama finally reached the tentative framework of a nuclear deal with Iran that many political experts fear is a threat to the western world.
Hitting closer to home, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the deal would “threaten the survival of Israel” and increase the chances of a “horrific war.”
While Israelites likely lost sleep over the deal, Iranians celebrated in the streets and professed their love for Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry through social media.
Twitter lit up with pictures of the Iranian celebrations making those who don’t trust the questionable framework very nervous.
— AJE News (@AJENews) April 2, 2015
Iran did get everything they wanted in the “negotiations”, which is why they adore American “negotiators.”
— Holly Dagres (@hdagres) April 2, 2015
— CameliaEntekhabifard (@CameliaFard) April 2, 2015
— Mitchell Landsberg (@LATlands) April 3, 2015
Apparently the “peace” sign in the U.S. means “victory” in Iran.
— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) April 3, 2015
PM spoke to President Obama, expressed Israel’s opposition to the framework agreement with Iran which poses danger to Israel, region & world — PM of Israel (@IsraeliPM) April 2, 2015
Obama opening up Iran’s economy to 100s of billions, while hobbling Israel’s by billions. IDF forced to stay poised any moment for years.
— Ron M. (@Jewtastic) April 3, 2015
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