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Iran – USA: Aggressive American Politics

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US President Donald Trump is not loosening his chokehold grip in his attempts to strangle the Iranian people. It all started with America’s completely unjustified withdrawal from the so-called Iran nuclear deal, which had been signed by the permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany. As usual, Washington then resorted to using force to achieve its overtly unfriendly objectives. American drones designed for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) have been flown into Iranian airspace on multiple occasions. However, they have not been let get away with their tricks, and a modern US drone worth several million dollars was shot down.

Iran had been hit with an added system of inhumane sanctions, which have been carefully thought out with the sole purpose of bringing the Iranians to their knees. The current sanctions even include a ban on the supply of vital medicine, medical devices and modern medical equipment, which make it impossible to deliver effective treatment. The supply of equipment for perinatal medical centers has also been sanctioned. The sanctions ultimately restrict the means available to fight the coronavirus, yet so far the Iranians have managed to defend themselves from all the attempts being made by certain forces to bring this new plague to their country.

We should also not forget the murder of the Iranian Major General QasemSoleimani in Iraq, a provocative act which the Iranians immediately responded to by bombing two American military bases. According to the latest data, more than 100 American soldiers suffered traumatic brain injuries in the attack, even though the Americans had received prior warning from the Iraqi side and knew the attack was going to take place.

Using force against Iran has therefore not generated any tangible profits for the US, on the contrary, it has exposed Washington as an........

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