Most American Jews disapprove of how President Obama has handled the nuclear negotiations with Iran, according to a new poll released by the Israel Project (TIP) on Tuesday.
The Obama administration is gearing up to lift economic sanctions on a $100 billion network of organizations belonging to Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, according to the parameters of a recently inked nuclear accord with Iran.
Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) is poised to reap a large windfall as a result of a recently inked nuclear accord with Western powers that will fully remove economic sanctions on the fighting force and allow it to continue pursuing rogue activities across the globe, according to analysts and a copy of entities set to be delisted as part of the agreement.
As Congress exhausts its 60-day review process of the Iran nuclear arms deal, a majority of Americans want the House and Senate to reject President Obama’s championed agreement.
International inspectors trying to determine whether Iran is conducting secret nuclear activities at its military sites will have to rely on material evidence provided by the Iranian government, according to a senator who attended a closed-door briefing with administration officials last week.
Iran’s foreign minister and lead negotiator in nuclear talks said that under the terms of the recently inked accord, the Islamic Republic is permitted to violate current embargoes on the shipment of arms and construction of missiles, according to recent comments made before Iran’s parliament.
After reviewing an Obama administration report on the Iran nuclear weapons deal, congressional lawmakers worry that the United States and fellow world powers who brokered the agreement will never actually address all suspicions regarding the country’s nuclear program.