Israel Prepares To Resume Trade with Post-Nuke Iran

With international diplomats gathering in Vienna on Saturday to announce the end of sanctions on Iran, a senior Israeli official said that Israel, too, was preparing to resume its trade with the Shi’ite state.

“We’re gearing up to restart the export of terror as soon as we get the word,” said Yossi Cohen, the newly installed head of the Mossad.

“We understand that there is an entire new generation of Iranian scientists for our covert assassins to kill,” Cohen said. “It’s very exciting.”

“Of course, we expect the Iranians to do the same,” Cohen added. “That’s the beauty of international commerce. “It’s give and take.”

Speaking in Tehran, however, Revolutionary guard leader Mohammad Ali Jafari said that his country would abide by the rules set by BDS and avoid direct commerce with Israel.

“We will continue employing the services of our middlemen in Gaza and Lebanon,” Jafari said. “We don’t want to do anything that would jeopardize our standing in the international community.”