A good deal with Iran is one that would guarantee us that Iran will have absolutely no ability to create or acquire any weapons grade uranium, period. As complicated as that might sound, it really only requires two actions from Iran. The first of these is that Iran must agree to total nuclear transparency. This means no secret facilities such as those in Fordow or Natanz, and that U.N inspectors must be allowed full and unrestricted access to all of Iran’s nuclear facilities to ensure no enrichment is being covered by its civilian nuclear program. The second of these two actions is that Iran shut down all of its centrifuges. Yes, ALL of them. Many countries across the world have peaceful nuclear energy programs without a single spinning centrifuge. High grade enriched uranium is unnecessary for nuclear power and can only be used for military purposes. A question you could ask is “Why would Iran agree to this?” If Iran truly has no military intentions for its nuclear program, why wouldn’t it? What could Iran possibly have to hide?
A bad deal with Iran is one that isn’t bound by trust and doesn’t guarantee Iran will ever acquire nuclear weapons. A hallmark of a bad deal with Iran is a deal that allows it to continue enriching uranium. When uranium is enriched above five percent, it loses its energy creating potential and only can be used effectively for military-related activities. Another key detail of a bad deal with Iran is one that doesn’t guarantee us full nuclear transparency from Iran. From their repeated threats to obliterate America and Israel to the ongoing discoveries of secret Iranian nuclear enrichment facilities, Iran continues to prove to the world to this very day that it’s untrustworthy. Unless we have full access to ALL of their nuclear sites, there’s no guarantee that Iran won’t engage in illicit nuclear activities.
It’s the ultimate hope of the Pro-Israel community that a good nuclear deal be reached with Iran, as it would not only prevent America or Israel from having to partake in a potentially costly military strike, but would also be far longer lasting than any damage a military strike could do. However no deal at all is better than a bad deal, and unfortunately, judging by what we’ve heard, it appears that the latter of these two is what’s being created in Geneva. Rumors suggest that Iran will be allowed to keep all of its centrifuges up and running, and that after a mere ten year time period, all sanctions will be lifted and Iran's nuclear program will be completely unmonitored. A deal like this will only pave Iran's path to becoming a nuclear superpower and will place the entire world in grave danger. Only a deal that stops Iran's enrichment capabilities dead in their tracks will keep us safe.