Israeli media: As Iran talks proceed, the West's "humiliation" nears completion
According to Israeli media, Iran is making demands in the Vienna Talks because it senses weakness in the West, and that is why it is pressing for the removal of the IRGC from the US "terror list".
Israeli YnetNews commented on ongoing indirect negotiations between Iran and the US during the Vienna Talks to remove the IRGC from the US "terror list", saying that since 2007, Congress has repeatedly debated whether or not to "include the IRGC in the county’s list of terrorist entities."
The article called it "disturbing" that the West has had "incessant attempts to placate Tehran," despite the US being a "great ally to 'Israel'."
Not only that, but European countries are also funding organizations "that oppose the very existence of 'Israel' or engage in the demonization of the Jewish state," according to the daily, which was referring to NGOs that were recently labeled "terrorist" by "Israel", drawing UN and EU condemnation, and a report by Amnesty International which described "Israel" as an "apartheid state".
Meanwhile, the daily claimed the US was adamant on signing an agreement with Iran even before Russia's military operation began, as a draft of the agreement has been ready for "many weeks now" because the Iranians are fighting over every detail.
"They sense weakness and therefore allow themselves to make more and more demands."
The report ends by asking whether something can be done from inside the US, alluding to pressure from within Congress to refuse the deal.