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Monday, May 16, 2016

Iran: Obama Told Us To Keep Ballistic Missile Tests Thar Violated Nuke Deal A Secret…

This 2009 video to Iran begins Obama's verbal bow and unrequited love affair with Iran.



The precursor to the Obama policy vis a vis Iran to this day.

Weasel Zippers

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei gestures as he speaks to workers in Tehran

A senior Iranian military commander claimed that U.S. officials are quietly encouraging the Islamic Republic to keep its illicit ballistic missile tests a secret so as not to raise concerns in the region, according to Persian language comments.
Amir Ali Hajizadeh, commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps’ Aerospace and Missile Force, said in recent remarks that the Obama administration does not want Iran to publicize its ongoing missile tests, which have raised questions about the Islamic Republic’s commitment to last summer’s comprehensive nuclear agreement.
“At this time, the Americans are telling [us]: ‘Don’t talk about missile affairs, and if you conduct a test or maneuver, don’t mention it,’” Hajizadeh was quoted as saying during a recent Persian-language speech that was translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute.

 Congressman: Obama Regime Withholding Details Of Iran’s Treatment Of US Sailors That Will Shock Nation

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. . . “ 'I think that when the details actually come out, most Americans are going to be kind of taken aback by the entire incident, both how Iran handled it and how we handled it,” Forbes disclosed. “I think that’s going to be huge cause for concern for most Americans. That’s why I’ve encouraged members of Congress to get that briefing so they do know exactly what did take place.”
"Forbes suggested that Iran’s treatment of the U.S. sailors—which included filming them crying and forcing them to apologize at gunpoint—may have been much worse than what has been publicly reported." . . .

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