"My parents still live there so I know exactly how it is. I wouldn't think if Iran is bombed it would make things better for anybody--for Iran, the region or the world. We already have Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. We don't want this other, bigger country to fall apart.''
Chuck Kennedy/Official White House Photo Vice President Joe Biden and President Barack Obama walk down the Cross Hall after the Iran nuclear agreement was announced in the East Room of the White House on Tuesday.
-Touraj Daryaee, a UC Irvine history professor who specializes in Iran and spent his formative years there before emigrating to the United States, who believes the alternative to the Iran nuclear deal is war.