Tag: Mohammad Javad Zarif

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Iran Urges U.S. to Choose Diplomacy Over Coercion

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (pictured) has called on the United States to choose diplomacy over intimidation and to fulfil its obligations under a year-old nuclear deal with world powers.

Germany Hosts Iranian FM Despite Vow Not to Normalize Ties

Germany’s foreign minister on Wednesday welcomed his Iranian counterpart for a bilateral meeting in Berlin, seemingly defying Chancellor Angela Merkel’s earlier commitment to not normalize relations with Tehran as long as the regime refuses to recognize Israel’s right to exist.

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Iran Pushes U.S. for More Access to Global Financial System

Iran’s main goal in its nuclear talks with world powers was to secure access to the global financial system, and the United States must now do more to remove obstacles to the banking sector, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (pictured)

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Iran’s Supreme Leader: U.S. Still Hostile, Even After Nuclear Deal

Despite numerous concessions and a historic treaty that will almost guarantee a pathway to acquiring a nuclear bomb, the Iranian regime’s supreme leader Ayatollah Khamenei says the U.S. is still fundamentally hostile towards his nation and has warned Iranians not to trust their old enemy, “the Great Satan.”

5 Lies the Obama Administration Told to Defend Iran’s Humiliating Seizure of Navy Sailors

Barack Obama has a history of humiliating photo-ops associated with his full-blown Radical Islam Denial Syndrome: the burning consulate in Benghazi juxtaposed with Obama partying it up in Vegas with Beyonce; the dead bodies of ISIS-slain Parisians juxtaposed with Obama telling the world that ISIS could be fought with a climate change summit; corpses in San Bernardino juxtaposed with Obama simultaneously telling a national audience that ISIS was contained.