Thursday March 23, 2017

Will President Trump Follow Through on Iran Promises?

Last week, President Trump’s National Security Advisor, Michael Flynn, announced that there would be new financial sanctions imposed on individuals and entities following Iran’s test-firing of a ballistic missile. Flynn mentioned that the test-firing was a violation of UN resolutions and added that Iran has transgressed in many other ways – attacking vessels in international waters, funding terrorism around the Middle East and further, and so on.


Iran Regime's Lobby to Oppose New U.S. Policy in the Middle East

Trump’s decisions, operation Decisive Storm to end mullahs’ dream

Those who fiercely oppose US President Donald Trump’s statements these days are the Iranian lobby, which had influenced the former Obama administration, and its allies affiliated to the lobby and terrorist projects across the world. Jerry Maher wrote in Al Arabiya, on Tuesday, February 7, 2017, the following are parts of this article.


Matthis: Iran Is Biggest State Sponsor of Terrorism

As tensions rise between the USA and Iran, US Defence Secretary James Mattis has called the Iranian Regime the "biggest state sponsor of terrorism" in the world.

He told reporters in Japan: "We have seen their [Iran's] misconduct, their misbehaviour, from Lebanon and Syria to Bahrain and to Yemen and it's got to be addressed at some point."


The United States can stop Iran from creating further chaos in the Middle East

The Iranian regime, its Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) and its paramilitary Basij militia have been targeting dissidents for decades. They suppress the population of Iran and arrest or torture people as they see necessary. In other words, people with a voice. 

The founder of the Iranian regime, Ruhollah Khomeini, vowed to put all his energy into remaining in power and set about cracking down on the population. The IRGC were soon enlisted to train proxy groups that could spread terror under the name of Islam.


Iran: Calls for Revolutionary Guards to be blacklisted

Lawmakers in the US have urged the Trump administration to designate the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) a terrorist group. This is based on its extensive support for Syrian dictator Assad and the hundreds of thousands of people who have died in Syria as a result. 

The lawmakers also noted that the IRGC attacked residents at the former Camp Liberty in Iraq on several occasions. 

They called on the government to ensure that sanctions are in place for the Iranian regime.


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