Iran Threatens Brutal Reprisals After U.S. Exits Nuclear Deal, Israel on HIGH ALERT, readies troops for imminent ATTACK

This is who President Obama and his quisling administration sidled up to and nuclearized. Enemy is the White House.

Israel is calling up reserves, opening bomb shelters, and activating anti-missile systems.

BREAKING: ISRAEL SPOTS ‘UNUSUAL ACTIVITY’ FROM IRAN AND READIES TROOPS FOR IMMINENT ATTACK
ISRAEL has reportedly put troops on high alert for an imminent attack after spotting “unusual movements” by Iranian forces in Syria.

Israel’s military has put soldiers on “high alert for an attack” and told them to be ready for “all scenarios” after identifying “irregular activity of Iranian forces in Syria”.Local authorities in the Israeli-held Golan Heights have been ordered to “unlock and ready [bomb] shelters” in anticipation of an imminent attack.
“The IDF is ready and prepared for a variety of scenarios and warns that any action against Israel will be answered with a fierce retaliation,” The Israel Defense Forces said in a statement.

The warning about a potential strike came just moments before US President Donald Trump unveiled his decision to pull of the Iran nuclear deal.

On Monday, Iran’s army chief of staff warned that the regime would respond to any Israeli aggression when the time is right.

“If the enemy casts a covetous eye on our interests or conducts [even] a slight act of aggression, the Islamic Republic will give an appropriate response at an appropriate time,” General Mohammad Bagheri, state media Press TV reported.

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IRAN THREATENS HARSH REPRISALS AFTER U.S. EXITS NUCLEAR DEAL
TRUMP SLAPS IRAN WITH TOUGH SANCTIONS, FORCING GLOBAL BUSINESS EXIT
By Adam Kredo, WFB, May 8, 2018:

Iranian leaders threatened harsh reprisals against the United States following President Donald Trump’s decision to abandon the landmark nuclear deal and reimpose a series of harsh sanctions on Tehran that were lifted under the original agreement, according to U.S. officials and regional reports.

Trump announced Tuesday afternoon that he will no longer abide by the deal, which he described as empowering Tehran’s nuclear and missile programs while providing little benefit for the world.

“The United States will withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal,” Trump announced, before signing a presidential memorandum to reinstate U.S. nuclear sanctions on the Iranian regime.

Trump described these actions as “the highest level of economic sanctions” and said they could target any global business that does not wind down its business and investments in the Islamic Republic.

According to the White House, “the re-imposed sanctions will target critical sectors of Iran’s economy, such as its energy, petrochemical, and financial sectors.”

The White House said there will be a period of time in which those doing business in Iran can wind down operations. After this period, those doing business with Iran will risk severe consequences.

“Today we have definitive proof that this Iranian promise was a lie,” Trump said, referring to the recent disclosure by Israel that Iran hid its previous nuclear military work and retains the infrastructure to restart it at anytime. “At the heart of the Iran deal was a giant fiction.”

“It is clear to me that we cannot prevent an Iranian nuclear bomb under the decaying and rotten structure of the current agreement. The Iran deal is defective at its core. If we do nothing, we know exactly what will happen.”

“If I allowed this deal to stand, there would soon be a nuclear arms race in the Middle East,” Trump said, outlining a litany of what he views as key flaws in the deal. “Everyone would want their weapons ready by the time Iran had theirs.”

The deal cannot be fixed, Trump said, after months of negotiations between U.S. officials and European allies. Trump said he is willing negotiate a new deal, a term that Iranian leaders have rejected outright.

Iranian leaders quickly lashed out at Trump, threatening harsh reprisals against the United States and vowing to never renegotiate a new deal to constrain the country’s nuclear enrichment program, which Iran has bragged can be put online in just a matter of days in a much greater fashion than it was capable of when the deal was originally negotiated by the former Obama administration.

The deal is “by no means negotiable,” Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said in recent remarks to European leaders. Rouhani emphasized that Tehran would not accept any new restrictions on its nuclear program and its ballistic missile development, which has emerged as a key concern in the region and beyond.
Source: https://gellerreport.com/2018/05/nucelar-iran-war-path.html/

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