Contrary to your recent editorial, the proposed deal with Iran will enhance Tehran's effort to obtain nuclear weapons ("Bargaining with Tehran," July 14).
With the flow of almost an estimated $100 billion to $200 billion into Iran's economy, it will be able to continue its support for terrorist groups in the region as well as fund its military.
Not only will Israel be threatened, but so will our other allies in the Middle East. With the lifting of sanctions that will be impossible to reimpose, and a questionable delay for an Iranian nuclear program that can be restarted at a moment's notice, we have not only strengthened the theocratic regime in Tehran but made the possibility of its rapid development of a nuclear weapon a reality.
This bad deal will come back to haunt us.
Nelson Marans, Silver Spring