New Stunning Revelations About Iran And The Nuclear Agreement
Last week, Western Journalism reported that the Obama administration refuses to answer questions by Senator Marco Rubio, R-Fla., about the number of Americans and Israelis that have been killed by Iran since 1979.
On three different occasions, Rubio asked Secretary of State John Kerry about the issue; but in his written response that was obtained by the Washington Free Beacon, Kerry refused to give the data and deflected with statements like, “the death of any U.S. citizen due to acts of terrorism is a tragedy that we take very seriously.”
A CENTCOM report and a testimony of General Joseph Dunford in a Senate hearing this summer shows that at least 500 Americans died between 2005 and 2011 because of Iranian attacks and the use of Iranian weapons. Kerry, however, says that the nuclear agreement has nothing to do with Iran’s terrorist activities because the agreement (dubbed JCPOA) wasn’t about changing Iran’s behavior.
“The JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) cannot erase decades of Iranian anti-American and anti-Israel rhetoric and actions,” Kerry wrote to Rubio.