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With its recent decision to further ease economic sanctions on Tehran, the Obama administration has “opened the door to business with Iran’s leading terrorist group — the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC),” AIPAC said.
Patrick Clawson, director of research at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, said it was very peculiar the Iranians put the S-300 missile system at Fordo, a site they’ve long claimed would be impenetrable to attack.
In what appears to be a confirmation of Israel’s suspicions that the Obama administration deceived the public regarding the Iran Nuclear Deal signed last year, a new document has surfaced revealing that Iran can reach the bomb sooner and quicker.
Former US ambassador, James Jeffrey, believes the nuclear deal has emboldened Tehran. As a result, he claimed, regional powers — including Saudi Arabia and Israel — now perceive US leadership as weak, posing heightened risks of chaos.
Iran complained that the Jews forced the US to make changes to its visa waiver program, imposing travel restrictions on those who visit Iran. Curiously, no one seems to recall that it is Iran that test-fired two missiles recently - in direct contravention of the nuclear deal.