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US paid Islamic Republic of Iran $1.3 billion owed to Shah’s regime

“The administration agreed to pay Iran $1.7 billion to compensate that country for its payment to the U.S. in 1979 for military equipment. That deal fell through after Iran’s government was overthrown, and the Obama administration has said it owes Iran this money, plus interest.” 136 more words

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U.S. Bankrolling Hezbollah

Nearly 34 years after its inception, Hezbollah, a Lebanese Shiite militant group, has publicly admitted that it is fully receiving its money and arms from the Iranian government. 201 more words

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More Mass Executions in the Name of Islam

The Iranian government is relying more and more on mass executions in order to control its citizens. Iranian officials used to keep their executions secret. However, over the last year since the nuclear agreement was reached, Iranian authorities have been showing no fear or concern when it comes to publicly announcing that they have mass-executed a group of people. 107 more words

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In New Threat to West, Iran Official Calls for Plans to Build Uranium-Enrichment Plant

Iranian officials issued new threats against the West on Wednesday, warning that failure to uphold the nuclear deal will result in harsh consequences, Iranian state media reported. 144 more words

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Is Iran an Ally in the Fight Against ISIS?

MYTH:

Iran has moderated its hostility and should be an ally in the fight against ISIS.

FACT

The danger posed by ISIS in the Middle East and beyond led the…

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State Department "Welcomes" Boeing's $25 Billion Deal With Iran - Breaking Israel News

In what might be the biggest business agreement between the Islamic Republic and America since the 1979 US Embassy takeover in Tehran, the aircraft manufacturer Boeing Co. 137 more words

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Ben Rhodes's Fiction Behind the "Iran Deal"

That the Obama administration’s Iran deal is a work of fiction has been known all along, but now Ben Rhodes, Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications, is taking credit as its author. 186 more words

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