Iran president warns Donald Trump of ‘mother of all wars’

The Trump administration pulled the USA out of the 2015 nuclear deal early May and has vowed to impose harsh sanctions that it claims could eventually destroy the Iranian economy.

The tweets were translated into Farsi and posted on the ShareAmerica website.

Far from what its title would suggest, National Iranian American Council (NIAC) vice president for policy Jamal Abdi argued in a statement that Pompeo's speech is a blatantly cynical effort to "exploit" Iranian-Americans with the goal of advancing the Trump administration's aggressive regime change push.

Originally Trump demanded all other countries to stop buying its crude by November but now he says the United States may grant waivers to some allies heavily particularly reliant on Iranian supplies. "Either they can change their ways or find it increasingly hard to engage in their malign activities", said the official, speaking on condition of anonymity. The response below from an admin. official to this Q is utter nonsense.

Iran's economy and currency has tanked since Trump withdrew Washington from the 2015 Iranian nuclear agreement.

"We have always guaranteed the security of this strait".

While opponents accuse the Iran-backed Iraqi militias of human rights abuses against civilians, which the groups deny, the militias fought Islamic State and helped keep them group from overrunning Iraq in 2014 after Iraq's army collapsed.

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He added that Austrian authorities do not believe that the continuation of the JCPOA depends on the United States and they would make efforts to completely implement the deal.

"Europe must present its approach and plans for the full implementation of the JCPOA", the top Iranian parliamentarian pointed out.

The State Department did not respond to requests for comment about the accuracy of the information it was disseminating.

Global inspectors have concluded Iran was complying with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which was agreed upon in 2015 by seven countries in an worldwide effort led by the United States and European allies.

I would advise Iran not to start their nuclear program.

"Today, our Establishment is subject to the most severe sanctions and threats and the enemy's behavior is not predictable", Major General Baqeri said in a speech on Sunday morning.

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