largest donor to the U.S. Republican Party has said the U.S. should drop a nuclear bomb on Iran before negotiations with Tehran over its nuclear energy program. Gaming mogul Sheldon Adelson, who is a strong supporter of the Israeli regime, made the remarks at Yeshiva University in New York on Tuesday. Adelson, who donated nearly $ 100 million to Republicans during the 2012 election cycle, said Washington must first drop a nuclear bomb in a desert area of Iran. "Then you say: ‘See! Then the next fall in central Tehran. Therefore we mean business. Want to be swept from the earth? Then go ahead and take a tough position and continue with your nuclear development", said. Mr. Adelson, 80-year-old also owns a Tel Aviv newspaper that frequently exaggerate warnings Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that Iran poses an existential threat to Israel. His comments come amid intense lobbying efforts of hard-line Israeli and American politicians who are deeply concerned about the diplomatic efforts of the government of Iran to resolve the long dispute with the West over Tehran’s nuclear program and the recent diplomatic overtures Washington on Iran. Last week, the New York Times reported that a senior White House official said that Washington is planning to unfreeze Iranian assets abroad in order to correspond to the measures of confidence Tehran over its nuclear energy program . In response to the Times report, a group of Senate Republicans issued a statement saying: "The U.S. should not suspend new sanctions, nor consider releasing frozen assets limited before Tehran suspend its nuclear enrichment activities. " The Committee Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) also sent a letter to members of Congress last week, claiming that Iran has no right to enrich uranium. Iran has a signed commitment to the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and a member of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the Iranian government has insisted that the rights of its people to peaceful nuclear technology, including enrichment, should be respected.
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