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Expressing concern over the split and internal predicament at the top of regime, after the death of Rafsanjani and squibbing against him, Khamenei’s Friday prayer leader in Tehran, Mullah Seddiqui, attacked Rohani’s government for the failure of Nuclear Deal and stated:

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Obama's last day as President - and his last act of spite

The day we have all been praying for for the last 8 years has come: Barack Obama is leaving the White House today, and not a day too soon! 2,163 more words

International Relations

Dismissing Trump, Rouhani rules out renegotiating Iran nuclear deal

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Tuesday there is no chance of his country renegotiating its 2016 nuclear deal with world powers, even if US President-elect Donald Trump demands it. 512 more words

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A year into nuke deal, White House says Iran ‘upholding its commitments’

WASHINGTON — On the one-year anniversary of the Iran nuclear deal, the Obama administration said Tehran has been “upholding its commitments” in the landmark pact, a development it argued has prevented the regime from developing a nuclear arsenal. 558 more words

Daily News

Iran: Nuke deal will not be renegotiated under Trump

Iran’s deputy foreign minister said Sunday the nuclear deal between the Islamic Republic and world powers “will not be renegotiated” ahead of US President-elect Donald Trump taking office this week. 323 more words

Daily News

Five Ways for Trump to Put Tehran on Notice

The new administration can renegotiate the Iran nuclear deal from a position of strength.

By; Michael Makovsky
The Wall Street Journal, Jan. 3, 2017

As the bipartisan opponents of President Obama’s Iran nuclear agreement prepare to address its many shortcomings, they should beware of unwittingly repeating some of his mistakes. 759 more words


Iran receives astonishing windfall of more than $10 billion, thanks to nuclear 'deal'

President Obama and other world leaders may be responsible for financing the next Middle East war, thanks to the so-called “nuclear deal” they made with Iran. 405 more words

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