November 19, 2017

Congress Investigating Obama Administration for ‘Intentional Deception’ on Concessions to Iran

US lawmakers are questioning the Obama administration’s commitments to Congress over the Iran nuclear deal and its numerous guarantees that the Islamic Republic would not be granted extra concessions for signing it. Over the course of the last year, the Washington Free Beacon reported, administration officials confirmed in Congressional testimony that the Iranian regime would not gain access to the US financial […]

Report: Obama ‘Wants to Make a Splash’ with More Castro Concessions Before Cuba Visit

A Reuters exclusive report suggests that President Barack Obama will announce new concessions to Cuba’s communist dictatorship shortly before his arrival on the island on March 21, aimed at easing travel restrictions and allowing the Cuban government to enrich itself through tightly controlled business ventures. Reuters reports that the White House is expected to announce […]

Blasting ‘Parade of Concessions’ to Iran, Netanyahu Drives Home His Point with a Bill Clinton Video

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday called international negotiations with Iran a “parade of concessions,” especially since the talks have continued apace while Iran’s leaders issue threatening statements against the U.S. and Israel. Speaking at his weekly cabinet meeting, Netanyahu also made the unusual move of playing for his ministers a video of former […]

BREAKING: Iran deal ‘done,’ Israeli report says, after major US concessions

A deal has been reached between the world powers and Iran over the latter’s nuclear program after a series of major American concessions, Ehud Yaari, the Middle East affairs commentator for Israel’s Channel 2 television, said Friday night. “It is done. It is done,” he said, and will be signed “early next week.” The aim […]

The Obama Administration’s Huge Nuclear Concessions to Iran

On June 11, the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) released a report on a stunning new concession offered by the Obama administration to break a deadlock in the Iran nuclear talks. The deadlock stems from Tehran’s refusal to permit inspections of military facilities or answer questions about past nuclear-weapons-related work (known as “possible military […]

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