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West’s Iran Nuclear Issue Meltdown: Kevin Barrett vs. Michael Lane

Press TV Michael Lane, founder of the American Institute for Foreign Policy, debates Veterans Today Editor Kevin Barrett on Trump’s Iran nuclear issue meltdown. “This edition is about Iran’s nuclear program and the complications caused by US’s breach of the agreement and Europeans’ inability to honor their promises. Iran has every right now to reduce its own commitments under the deal as it is planning to do so.”

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Zarif: Iran exceeding limits based on measures announced in response to US withdrawal

Press TV interview with Kevin Barrett, Veterans Today Editor, and Paul Larudee The “Iran nuclear issue” is completely phony. There is no Iranian nuclear weapons program, and even if there were, it would only be a deterrent against Israel’s 400+ nukes, which target every city in Europe and the Middle East. The whole issue is a Zionist-manufactured diversion. The real reason the Zionists hate Iran is simple: Iran’s government reflects the will of its people, and the people of the region, who support the Palestinian Resistance.

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Kevin on Sputnik: ‘JCPOA withdrawal is one of the stupidest geostrategic moves that’s ever been made’

Sputnik Iran is marking 40 years since the Islamic revolution in the country. On February 1, 1979, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini returned to Tehran from Paris after 14 years in exile. The return of an outspoken critic of Iran’s former ruler Mohammad Deza Shah Pahlavi marked the beginning of the Iranian revolution, which eventually led to the establishment of the Islamic Republic. Up to 10 million people showed up for Khomeini’s arrival, according to media reports. In response, the United States had attempted to launch a counterrevolution, supported an invasion by Iraq and strengthened its alliance with Iran’s regional rival Saudi…

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Trump Renegotiates Iran Deal!

The signatories to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), better known as the Iran nuclear deal, announced yesterday that they have found a way to “fix” the deal to make it acceptable to US president Donald Trump. Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif explained: “After lengthy Twitter discussions with the White House, we learned that Trump had only one real objection to the deal: Obama got credit for it, not him. So we decided to keep the deal intact, including the acronym, but change the name to honor Trump. From now on, instead of Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, JCPOA will…

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