(TROYRECORD) — Will President Barack Obama announce a deal with Iran for a moratorium on the enrichment of uranium, in return for the dismantling of some international sanctions against the regime? And will the announcement be timed to appear just before the election?
Reza Kahlili (the pseudonym for a former CIA operative in Iran's Revolutionary Guards), the author of "A Time To Betray" reports in WND that "U.S. and Iranian negotiators have reached an agreement that calls for Iran to halt part of its nuclear program in exchange for the lifting of many of the U.S. sanctions."
With ominous specificity, he notes that Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, "expects a letter from President Obama in a few days guaranteeing the details of the agreement arrived at recently during secret negotiations in Doha, Qatar."
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Citing an "anonymous source highly placed in Iran's regime," he warns that "once Khamenei receives Obama's guarantees, he will authorize an announcement by Iran on a solution to the nuclear crisis before the U.S. presidential elections."