IRAN HAS HAILED the nuclear deal it reached with Western powers in Geneva as a victory over “the Zionists”.

“All plots hatched by the Zionist regime to stop the nuclear agreement have failed,” Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said to his nation’s media from Geneva.

OBAMA’S IRAN MOVES “COULD START WORLD WAR III”

 According to a recent media report, President Obama has for over a year secretly conducted negotiations with Iran (through his adviser Valerie Jarrett), and the Geneva talks on the Iranian nuclear programme now appear to be just a facade providing international legitimacy for Obama’s secret deal with Iran.

In what is becoming a familiar pattern, Russia is readily moving in to the Middle East areas where US influence has waned.  Last August, Saudi Arabia made it clear that it would happily replace US aid to Egypt – highlighting one of many issues straining US relations with yet another Middle East ally.

US LAWMAKERS SCEPTICAL OVER IRAN NUCLEAR DEAL

US Senators have pointed out that Iran has not changed its behaviour towards its own citizens or its threats towards Israel and dislike of the West and are planning to try to maintain tough sanctions towards Iran, which has enough oil for 500 years without the need for nuclear energy.

Among many condemning voices, Republican, Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, said:  “This agreement makes a nuclear Iran more, not less, likely. Just days ago, Iran’s Supreme Leader Khamenei, who will oversee implementation of this agreement, was calling Israel a ‘rabid dog’ and accusing the United States of war crimes. Yet today the President is asking us to accept the pledges of a regime that still refuses to end its support for terrorism and admit the illicit nature of its past nuclear work.”

IRAN PLANNING TO BUILD TWO NEW NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS

 Iran is planning to construct two new nuclear power plants in the near future, a senior Iranian nuclear official said the day before the Geneva agreement was signed.

 IRAN LAUNCHES MASSIVE WAR DRILLS CODE-NAMED “TOWARDS JERUSALEM”

While talks in Geneva over Iran’s nuclear program were taking place, the country’s military forces began to unveil a host of new advanced weapons and Iranian military forces launched a series of “massive military drills” across nine provinces, code-named “Towards Jerusalem”.

In an address to some 50,000 fighters in the week before the Geneva deal was signed, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei singled out Israel as a “scourge of the region” and went on to tell “arrogant powers” in the world that “instead of threatening other countries,” they should “go and deal with your wretched economic conditions.”

(Arutz-7, Israel Today, Jerusalem-on-the-line, Worthy News)