Monday, June 28, 2021

Biden’s Dangerous Game With Iran; Biden Pulling Patriot Missile Defense Systems from Middle East Despite Hard-Liner Winning Election in Iran; Iran 'Elects' Mass Murdering Cleric as President, and related stories

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Biden’s dangerous game with Iran:
Election of Ebrahim Raisi should send a message to Biden administration that re-entering nuclear deal is a fool's errand
The Islamic Republic of Iran, as it calls itself, is not a republic, but it is Islamic.
Here are two definitions to make the point before moving on to a larger point.
A republic is defined by as “a state in which the supreme power rests in the body of citizens entitled to vote and is exercised by representatives chosen directly or indirectly by them.” Iran’s elections put supreme power in religious leaders, not the people. In previous elections when there were public demonstrations in opposition to the government, “the people” were jailed, or murdered by the regime.
Radical Islam is a system of beliefs founded on interpretations of the Koran made by political leadership that seeks to impose those beliefs on its citizens and the rest of the world, by force if necessary. At least that’s my definition, based on sermons from hardline mullahs in Iran and elsewhere, along with personal observations about how those beliefs are put into practice. --->READ MORE HERE
Biden Pulling Patriot Missile Defense Systems from Middle East Despite Hard-Liner Winning Election in Iran:
As an election in Iran signals that the going will get even tougher in the Middle East, some protection offered to American allies is going away.
Eight Patriot anti-missile batteries are being yanked out of nations that include Iraq, Kuwait, Jordan and Saudi Arabia, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday.
Further, it reported, an anti-missile system known as a Terminal High Altitude Area Defense is being pulled out of Saudi Arabia.
U.S. fighter squadrons based in allied nations are also being reuduced.
As missile systems and aircraft depart the region, the numbers of American troops based there will also fall.
Pentagon spokeswoman Cmdr. Jessica McNulty said some missile units and other military assets will shift back to the U.S. for maintenance, while other assets will be redeployed to other regions, according to a CNN report Friday. McNulty did not say where the assets would go. --->READ MORE HERE
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