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Biden Administration’s Nuke Deal: Ensuring Russian and Iranian Terrorist Hegemony Over the Whole Arab World
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi hold a meeting in Tehran on July 19, 2022. – Iran’s president will host his Russian and Turkish counterparts for talks on the Syrian war in a three-way summit overshadowed by fallout from the Russian invasion of Ukraine. (Photo by Sergei SAVOSTYANOV / SPUTNIK / AFP) (Photo by SERGEI SAVOSTYANOV/SPUTNIK/AFP via Getty Images)
US President Joe Biden and his administration have, it appears, decided to sacrifice not only the brave people of Iran now risking their lives in a bid for decent governance, but also the Arabs. This betrayal of longtime allies is taking place, it seems, to appease Russia, ever eager to keep the price of oil at a premium, and its new close ally, Iran.
Russia has been the chief negotiator for the US in the “Iranian nuclear deal” talks; the Americans are not even allowed in the room.
By dropping the two demands [curbing Iranian-backed terrorism in the region and Iran’s ballistic missile program], “Biden has practically decided to acquiesce in Iran and its entire terrorist expansion project in the Arab region…. This is a dangerous development. The issue is not whether the agreement is signed or not…. The matter is not limited to these concessions made by Biden; there is something more dangerous than this: Biden has completely abandoned the Arabs, allies and non-allies alike.” — Sayed Zahra, deputy editor of the Gulf’s Akhbar Al-Khaleej newspaper, August 20, 2022.
“The collapse of this [expansionist] project means the collapse of the regime, similar to the collapse of the Soviet Union.” — Lebanese journalist Kheirallah Kheirallah.
“In Iraq, Iran refuses to admit that it is rejected by the majority of the Iraqi people, who expressed this in the last legislative elections. Iran refuses to acknowledge the defeat of its supporters in these elections. We see it currently seeking to overturn the results of those elections, starting with disrupting the formation of a new government and political life in the entire country.” — Kheirallah Kheirallah, Lebanese journalist, Annahar, August 17, 2022.
“A return to the nuclear deal will enhance Iran’s capabilities because it allows it to interact with the outside world, export oil and gas, and develop sectors of the Iranian economy instead of being under severe and comprehensive punishments…. [Iran] is trying to exploit the current international conditions to develop its military capabilities, nuclear and conventional, and its ballistic missiles, for the sake of regional hegemony.” — Hamid Al-Kaifaey, Iraqi author, Sky News Arabia, August 14, 2022.
The Arabs’ biggest fear is that this policy will embolden the mullahs to proceed with their plan to “export our revolution” and expand their control over the whole Arab world.