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Iran Nuclear Deal: The West Invites Tehran To Go On A War

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Major powers reached an agreement with Iran earlier this month in Switzerland. President Barack Obama was quick to praise the deal, saying it would make the world a safer place. A few days ago, U.S. intelligence officials said that Obama had concealed critical information from the UN about North Korea supplying rocket components to Iran during the ongoing nuclear negotiations.

The West will concede to everything to get an ‘agreement’

Another fact that Obama hid was that Russia and China have agreed to build nuclear plants in Iran. It is just one example of how the West surrendered itself to reach an “agreement,” says Guy Millière of Gatestone Institute. And Western leaders say sanctions will be re-imposed if Tehran was caught cheating! Meanwhile, Iran has bragged about selling enriched uranium in the “open market” and “making some money” from it.

Millière says Iranian leaders learned pretty soon that the West would concede to everything to get any agreement. And the Western powers got an agreement, albeit an empty one. According to Guy Millière, Iran got almost everything it wanted. It got to retain its enriched uranium stockpile, keep thousands of centrifuges that could be used to produce nuclear weapons, and a massive and “immediate” lifting of sanctions.

‘Israel’s destruction non-negotiable’ says Iran

Iran’s inter-continental ballistic missile (ICBM) program wasn’t even mentioned during negotiations. Another thing not included in discussions was Iran’s funding of terrorist organizations like Hamas and Hezbollah. After the nuclear deal was reached, Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei led huge crowds shouting “Death to America.” Khamenei has also warned that a preliminary agreement was no guarantee to a final deal.

Tehran continues to threaten Israel of genocide. Last month, Iran’s Basij paramilitary force commander Mohammad Reza Naqdi announced that “destruction of Israel was non-negotiable.” The lifting of economic sanctions would strengthen Iran and put it in a position to have the firepower to destroy Israel. Meanwhile, Russia has agreed to supply its advanced S-300 missile defense system to Iran.

The Western leaders have officially invited Iran to go on a war by agreeing to a deal, says Guy Millière.

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