Hardline Ayatolla Ahmad Janati
Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential frontrunner, declared Thursday June 2 in a major foreign policy address: ‘We are now safer than we were before this agreement (the International-Iran nuclear deal).”
A short while before her speech, the State Department, published its yearly report on world terror, and determined, as in past years, that Iran remains “the leading state sponsor of terrorism, on account of its support for designated terrorist groups and proxy militias in Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq.”
Three days earlier, on May 31, scientists at the Institute for Science and International Security, published an extensive analysis of the second report of the IAEA in Vienna, whose job it is to monitor the Iranian nuclear program and establish whether Tehran’s is complying with its commitments.
Their report is titled: IAEA’s Second JCPOA Report: Key Information Still Missing.
The American scientists found oversights in the international watchdog's report, suggesting collaboration between the Obama administration and the IAEA to conceal Iranian violations. READ MORE