Tuesday, May 08, 2018

Iran - The Trump Decision

Evening Update on May 8:.................. War is On (May 8-9 further down !)

US president Donald Trump declares US withdrawal
from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.

Iran's president Rouhani condemns US president Trump's decision,
at the same time declaring that Iran would stick to the treaty as long
as it benefits Iran.

European leaders from France, Germany and Great Britain, as well as the High
Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy,
Federica Mogherini, regret Trump's decision. The United Nations UN Secretary
General delivered a similar statement.

- War is On -

About two hours after Trump and Rouhani delivered their speeches, Arab sources
from the region reported about "increased missile activity" in Syria. Here an article
first published by Middle East Online ميدل ايست اونلاين in London on May 8:

اسرائيل تتوعد بتدمير لبنان اذا هاجمها حزب الله

Israel threatens with the annihilation of Lebanon when being attacked by Hezbollah.

وزير التعليم الاسرائيلي يعلن أن المواجهة أصبحت مع إيران وليس أذرعها فقط ملوحا بتحويل سوريا إلى فيتنام بالنسبة للإيرانيين.ـ

Israel's minister of education announced that the confrontation with Iran
[in the morning] was not only an advance but as well threatening Syria
with a transformation into [another] Vietnam with Iranian connections.


Israel - It doesn't need America's help, but could
as well bomb Iran by itself back to the Stone Age.


Finally one cannot avoid mentioning Israel's ultimate "killing mace".
Relying on recently exposed interrelated mail of former Secretary of
of State [Colin] Powell, "Middle Eastern hegemonist" Israel should be
in the possession of at least more than 250 nuclear bombs.

[SoHu 搜狐 on May 9, 2018]

Latest news by Reuters press agency:
U.S. President Donald Trump will announce on Tuesday whether he will withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal. Tehran signed the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, with China, France, Germany, Russia, Britain and the United States in 2015.

Iran agreed to curbs on its nuclear program in exchange for the lifting of some sanctions. But the withdrawal of the United States would probably sink the deal. If that happens, Iran could retaliate by undermining the interests of Washington and its allies in the Middle East.

Here are some possible scenarios: What could Iran do if Trump pulls out of nuclear deal?

British foreign minister Boris Johnson warns Trump on skipping the nuclear treaty with Iran.


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