Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Shock as Iranians take to the streets to celebrate Trump's sanctions

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Avi Yemini, an Australian Jewish leader interviews Iranian refugees who took to the streets to support Trump's decision to impose harsh sanctions against Iran's sharia regime. The Trump administration announced the snapback of crippling economic sanctions on Iran’s oil, banking, shipping and other sectors – reimposing penalties lifted by the Obama administration as part of the corrupt 2015 Iran nuclear deal which allows Iran to develop nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles in less than 10 years.
Obama’s Iran Deal was a disaster: It allowed Iran to keep their nuclear infrastructure. It relieved sanctions and delivered billions in cash to a rogue regime. It all but guaranteed a nuclear Iran in less than a decade.
The terrorist regime in Iran is waging a proxy war throughout the Middle East in an attempt to take over Yemen, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Gaza.
Since the Islamic revolution in Iran, Shi'ite Islamist militias throughout the Middle East have carried out hostile and terrorist acts against Israel and other countries of the region on behalf of the Tehran terror regime.