Obama’s Nuke Agreement Lifts Sanctions on Al-Quds Leader – Tied to Deaths of 1,100 US Soldiers

Barack Obama’s controversial Iranian nuclear agreement that is being celebrated in Tehran gives the regime access to $100 billion when the deal is implemented.

The deal also includes sanctions lifted on individuals including Qasem Soleimani, the head of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Quds Force, the regime’s top military secret force.

Soleimani is listed by the United States as a known terrorist, which forbids U.S. citizens from doing business with him. the general’s record includes support for Hezbollah and Syrian President Bashar Assad, and according to the Pentagon, supplying IEDs that have killed American troops in Iraq.

 

An estimated 1,100 American soldiers were killed in Iraq by weapons supplied by the Iranian regime.
JCPA reported:

Iranian military action, often working through proxies using terrorist tactics, has led to the deaths of well over a thousand American soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan over the last decade… Throughout the course of the Iraq campaign, a variety of weapons flowed into the country through direct purchases by the government of Iran. These included Explosively Formed Penetrators (EFPs), a shaped charge designed to penetrate armor. These weapons – often camouflaged as rocks – were identical to those employed by Hizbullah against Israeli forces.

Today sanctions were lifted on Soleimani.

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