President Trump has said that Iran is violating the “spirit” of the nuclear deal by testing missiles, but confirmed that it is sticking to the rules.
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Iran could abandon its nuclear agreement with world powers “within hours” if the United States imposes any more new sanctions
Iran’s deputy sports minister said the two soccer athletes had “crossed the red line” by competing against Israelis in soccer matches abroad.
The two Iranian athletes play for a Greek team that competed against Maccabi Tel Aviv last week.
“This journalist faces real danger to her life only because she wrote columns for an Israeli news site,” said the official who approved her visa.
“No American national security objective would be served by withdrawing from it as long as Iran is meeting the agreement’s requirements.”
Iran is not an Israel problem — it’s a Jewish problem. It is a problem for every Jew capable of feeling solidarity with the Jews of Buenos Aires.
Trump’s “demand for intelligence to support his policy preference…risks politicizing intelligence analysis, with potentially grave consequences.”
Israel had expressed concern that a ceasefire in Syria would allow Iranian forces to stay in place close to the Israeli border.