Code: 82499706 (5933233) | Date: 20/04/2017 | Time: 10:54|
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White House: US to review JCPOA

Tehran April 20, IRNA – The White House spokesman said on Wednesday night that Trump administration is going to review the JCPOA.

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said that Trump's decision to review the JCPOA is a 'prudent' step toward deciding if the U.S. should pull out of the deal.

Spicer said Trump is 'doing the prudent thing' by conducting a 90-day review of JCPOA to make sure that Iran is living up to its side of the deal.

He said that the White House decision on the deal will be announced within 90 days.

He added that Rex Tillerson, the US Secretary of State, certified this week that “Iran has thus far complied with the terms of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). However, Tillerson warned that the Iranian regime's support for terrorism could threaten the future of a deal former President Barack Obama touted as one of his biggest foreign policy achievements.”

The White House has been groundlessly accusing Iran of supporting terrorism and trying to achieve nuclear weapons, while US itself is the biggest supporter of the terrorist Zionist regime of Israel and has always been at their service and like a servant to them.

It is needless to say that the Zionists, the only regime in the west of Asia holding a nuclear arsenal, with the help and support of the West especially the US, have occupied the lands and homes of millions of people, who had been living in Palestine for thousands of years, through war, forced evacuation, murder, assassination and terror.

Any fair-minded person understands that Israel’s actions are instances of state terrorism.

Iran has repeatedly announced according to Islamic fatwas, including the one issued by the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, acquisition, development and use of nuclear weapons is against Islam and Iran has never wanted and will not want to develop nukes.

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