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Iran Focus

London, 17 Feb - Experts have been claiming that the Iran nuclear deal could fall apart. This is no surprise because Donald Trump, before he got elected, had a lot to say about the deal – none of it positive. He even mentioned that he would completely scrap the deal.

Iran Focus

London, 2 Feb - Just minutes after his inauguration, Donald Trump announced a new “state-of-the-art” missile-defense system to protect against attacks from Iran and North Korea.

For the Iranian mullahs, this was a terror-induing statement; they previously discussed their fears that Trump would tear up the 2015 nuclear deal, which has given the Iranian Regime a lot of benefits.

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London, 9 Feb - The White House has issued a warning to Iran that there is a new President in town; one who will not take kindly to Iran’s expansionist ambitions.

The tensions between the two countries were heightened following the first public speech from Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei since Donald Trump's inauguration.

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London, 31 Jan - On July 14, 2015, world powers and Iran reached an agreement over the latter’s illicit nuclear program, which had been the subject of global tensions for more than a decade. The international community had concerns over Iran’s possible goal to obtain nuclear weapons, an allegation that the Iranian regime denied. 

However, a brief look at the history of Iran’s nuclear program gives reason to believe that we haven’t seen the last of Iran’s nuclear ambitions, and there’s reason to believe the signing of the nuclear deal was not the final chapter of the decade-old standoff between Tehran and the international community.

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London, 7 Feb - Donald Trump could be forced to reveal the secret components of the 2015 nuclear deal between P5+1 countries and Iran, according to Fox News.

Some of the side agreements between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency have already been uncovered, but as Iran ramps up its very own Cold War against the USA, Trump may announce further secret deals.

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London, 27 Jan - Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu has said that a high priority for discussion with US President Trump is tackling aggression from Iran. He is due to meet with President Trump next month.

The reason for this is because the Iran nuclear deal has increased its plans to control the region. Although the deal was to suspend its nuclear weapons program for several years, it is actually just giving Iran time to develop and expand its centrifuge capability.

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London, 4 Feb - United States President Donald Trump ought to team up with Congress under a new bipartisan effort aiming to curb Iran’s destabilizing role in the region, argues Iranian dissident analyst Heshmat Alavi.

Writing for the American Thinker on 3 February, Alavi said:

Iran was involved in a long slate of aggressive measures up to the very doorsteps of President Donald Trump taking the helm in Washington. This concerning pattern of escalating extremism ironically increased following the Iran nuclear deal sealed between the P5+1 and Tehran, despite many in the West arguing such an accord would rein in the mullahs. And now, a new U.S. president has rightfully pinpointed “radical Islamic terrorists,” of which the root lies in Iran.

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London, 21 Jan - In September 2015, Donald Trump said that the Iran nuclear deal was a “bad” deal. He said that if he was elected president he would renegotiate with Iran to make it better. But it must be recognised that the Iranian regime’s plans are not just with regards to nuclear weapons. It is developing ballistic missiles and technology transfers and the nuclear deal does not include these.

The Iran nuclear deal was laid out by John Kerry Secretary of State and was validated by the UN Security Council. It is thus improbable that Britain, France, Russia and China will agree to changing the deal. These countries have already started to do business with Iran worth billions of dollars. Boeing in the US has also started doing business with Iran meaning that if the deal was scrapped or amended, sanctions would be applicable again meaning the US and allies would be economically damaged.

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London, 19 Jan - In her January 18 article for Reuters, Michelle Nichols reported that outgoing U.S. Ambassador Samantha Power said on Wednesday that Iran needs a push by the United Nations Security Council, to abide by an arms embargo, amid U.N. concerns that Tehran has supplied weapons and missiles to Lebanese Shi'ite group Hezbollah.

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London, 18 Jan - On the anniversary of the implementation of the nuclear deal, the state-run Iranian newspapers slammed President Rouhani and his government for agreeing to such a ‘damaging’ deal.

The paper even claimed that no sanctions had been lifted, but in fact, more had been imposed.

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