While President Barack Obama on Thursday hosted a summit of Arab nations at the presidential retreat, it was considered by many to be an exercise in futility due to the highly visible absence of several leaders including those from the Saudi Arabian Kingdom. In the Middle East, the Obama word-fest was overshadowed by a steady stream of messages depicting the U.S. Commander in Chief as basically an empty-suit and someone lacking in strength. The gist of the Iranian message was that Obama is attempting to deceive his own people about a nuclear treaty that contains none of what is claimed by the White House.
What made the summit important was the fact It was the first meeting of these countries with President Obama after the Secretary of State John Kerry announced that the U.S. reached a framework for an agreement on limiting Iran’s nuclear program. But while Obama and Kerry were telling the American people and the “Arab street” that they are close to achieving an agreement with Iran on its nuclear weapons program, the Iranian government’s envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said that contrary to Obama’s and Kerry’s claims, nothing exists in the Iran-U.S. nuclear deal that would allow inspections of Iranian military installations, bases and facilities.
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