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The National Iranian American Council (NIAC) is, at best, a lobby for the Iranian Regime in the USA and, at worst, an unregistered foreign entity working on behalf of the Iranian Regime, according to a former Pentagon official.

Michael Rubin, a  resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), wrote an op-ed for Commentary Magazine in which he outlined the dangers of allowing the NIAC to influence American policy towards Iran.

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Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the man who the morality police serve, attacked Iranian President Rouhani when he criticized the morality police.

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In just eight weeks in office, Trump has already launched dozens of missiles and became involved in a controversial botched raid into Yemen, and wants to provide more firepower to the Saudi Arabian-led forces fighting there. 

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By INU Staff 
INU - Last week, some of the reporting at Iran News Update sought to emphasize the growing tensions between the United States and Iran. Since the conclusion of nuclear negotiations in 2015, there have been many close encounter incidents between American and Iranian vessels, particularly Iranian vessels belonging to the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. The frequency and seriousness of these incidents do not seem to have diminished in any meaningful way since President Donald Trump put the Islamic Republic “on notice” over its malign activities. In fact, Iranian government and military officials have seemingly matched such warnings with yet another upsurge in their own anti-Western rhetoric.

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Comments by senior American officials like U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, and CENTCOM chief General Joseph Votel, about the threat Tehran poses, are intensifying Iran’s domestic political debate.

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That Iranian forces have harassed U.S. Naval forces in the international waters of the Persian Gulf, demonstrates that Iran’s leadership is prepared to test the new Trump administration on its commitment to confront Iran when it fails to meet its obligations under the JCPOA (the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action), as well as violations of United Nations sanctions, or engagement in destabilizing activities in the region.

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