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After Netanyahu's speech, readers dig in on Iran and Israel
After Netanyahu's speech, readers dig in on Iran and Israel

Letters to The Times may not, in the end, have an effect on nuclear talks with Iran or the Israeli-Palestinian peace process — which may not be a bad thing, since most of them don't leave one confident that either of those negotiations will have a good outcome. Weighing in on Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress about Iran on Tuesday, readers on both sides of the issue appeared not to change their positions after hearing the Israeli prime minister's remarks or the Obama administration's assurance that the nuclear negotiations could be productive. To the contrary, as they often do on issues involving the Mideast, our letter writers mostly dug in...

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