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AIPAC
The mission of AIPAC is to strengthen and expand the U.S.-Israel relationship in ways that enhance the security of the United States and Israel.
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Iran’s illicit covert nuclear efforts following the negotiation of the JCPOA underscore the need to maintain tough pressure on Iran. Use leverage achieved through sanctions to & reach a broad deal on Iran's nuclear program, ballistic missiles, & regional aggression.
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Over 7,000 miles away from home, the IDF’s & humanitarian aid delegation is working round-the-clock assessing damages in infrastructure after Honduras was struck by two hurricanes last month. RT this as a show of appreciation for the delegation that is hard at work.
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Countries directly impacted by Iranian aggression during the JCPOA: 🇺🇸 🇮🇱 🇧🇭 🇧🇪 🇧🇬 🇫🇷 🇩🇪 🇬🇭 🇮🇹 🇰🇪 🇰🇼 🇳🇱 🇳🇬 🇸🇦 🇿🇦 🇬🇧 🇾🇪 Use leverage achieved through sanctions to and reach a broad deal that addresses Iran's nuclear program, ballistic missiles, & regional aggression.
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Iran's actions exploit fatal flaws of the JCPOA: it entrusted Iran with the capability to increase its enriched uranium and sunset clauses allow unlimited enrichment in 10 years. Use the leverage achieved through sanctions to and reach a broad new deal with Iran.
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William Daroff Dec 3
We denounce the annual practice at the United Nations General Assembly of assaulting the legitimacy of Israel by passing multiple discriminatory resolutions against it.
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Iran's actions exploit fatal flaws of the JCPOA: it entrusted Iran with the capability to increase its enriched uranium and sunset clauses allow unlimited enrichment in 10 years. Use the leverage achieved through sanctions to and reach a broad new deal with Iran.
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December 2017: Houthi rebels fire an Iranian ballistic rocket at the Saudi royal palace in Riyadh. January 2018: Israel thwarts an Iranian plot in which Iranian intelligence officers based in South Africa recruited three Palestinians for suicide bombing attacks against Israel.
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November 2017: Hezbollah launches an Iranian ballistic missile from Yemen at Riyadh’s international airport in Saudi Arabia, reportedly on orders from Tehran. November 2017: Iranian political activist Ahmad Mola Nissi was assassinated in the Netherlands, allegedly by Iran.
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October 2017: German intelligence agencies warn that Iran is still attempting to illegally purchase rocket and missile technology from German firms. The report reveals that Iran attempted to buy related equipment at least 32 times in 2016, and 141 times the year prior.
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July 2017: A German intelligence agency releases a 181-page report, revealing that Iran is actively seeking “products and scientific know-how for the field of developing weapons of mass destruction as well as missile technology” from German companies.
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July 2017: Iran uses a satellite-launch vehicle (SLV) in violation of UNSCR 2231 to successfully launch a satellite into orbit. SLV technology overlaps significantly with intercontinental ballistic missile technology.
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June 2017: The Saudi Navy foils an IRGC plot to attack the offshore Marjan oilfield, capturing 3 Iranians on a boat filled with explosives as it approached the oilfield. July 2017: The IRGC seizes a Saudi vessel and its 4 crew members for allegedly trespassing in Iranian waters.
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March 2017: IRGC fast-attack vessels harass the U.S. Navy ship USNS Invincible in the Strait of Hormuz, coming within 600 yards and forcing it to change course. June 2017: The Justice Dept. arrests 2 men in NY and Michigan for supporting and training with Iran’s proxy Hezbollah.
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January 2017: Iran again violates UNSCR 2231, reportedly test-firing a cruise missile as well as a new medium-range, nuclear-capable ballistic missile.
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November 2016: Iranian hackers launch a cyberattack that destroys the computers of a Saudi government aviation agency, along with six organizations in Riyadh’s energy, manufacturing and transportation industries.
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August 2016: Within one week, IRGC speedboats harass at least four different American Navy ships in the Persian Gulf. October 2016: Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen launch two missile attacks against the USS Mason.
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March 2016: Defying U.N. Resolution 2231, Iran test-fires nuclear-capable missiles. The IRGC commander said these missiles were designed to be able to hit Israel. Two ballistic missiles were inscribed in Hebrew with the phrase “Israel must be wiped out.”
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February 2016: Iran pledges financial support for the “Jerusalem intifada,” offering $7,000 to every family of a “martyr.” February 2016: The Australian military seizes thousands of Iranian-made weapons aboard an Iranian ship off the coast of Yemen.
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December 2015: An IRGC vessel fires unguided rockets in close proximity of the USS Harry Truman. January 2016: Iranian forces seize 10 crew members aboard two U.S. Navy ships. The U.S. sailors are held captive for 16 hours at gunpoint and forced to film propaganda videos.
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