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Ilhan Omar, Liberals Accuse Trump Of Killing Terrorist Soleimani As A ‘Distraction’

Democratic Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar accused President Donald Trump of killing Iranian military leader Qasem Soleimani — a designated terrorist by the U.S. government — as a “distraction” from domestic political issues. Other left-of-center Trump critics echoed Omar’s accusation that Trump authorized the strike on Soleimani as a “distraction.” “It’s highly possible then timing of tonight’s attack was meant as ...

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Joe Biden Pans Trump’s Decision To Target And Kill Iran’s Top Military General

Former Vice President Joe Biden said Thursday night that the Trump administration’s airstrike against one of Iran’s top military lieutenants was a rash action that could potentially backfire on the U.S. President Donald Trump “just tossed a stick of dynamite into a tinderbox,” Biden said in a statement after reports confirmed a U.S. drone strike killed Gen. Qasem Soleimani. “I ...

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U.S. Strikes in Iraq Killed Powerful Iranian General and Deputy

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In a stunning admission, Iran says that one of its most powerful generals was killed in Iraq as well as a senior deputy. An airstrike killed Gen. Qassem Soleimani, head of Iran’s elite Quds Force and architect of its regional security apparatus, at Baghdad’s international airport Friday, Iranian state television and three Iraqi officials said, an attack that’s expected to ...

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Iranian Snipers Killed More Than 100 Protesters, Amnesty International Says

Iranian snipers killed more than 100 protesters in 21 cities throughout Iran in the past week, Amnesty International said Tuesday. The London-based Amnesty International said snipers shooting from rooftops, and once from a helicopter, shot over 100 protesters throughout the last week. Protests began on Nov. 15 after an announcement that fuel prices had risen at least 50%, Reuters reported, ...

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Six Middle Eastern Countries Join The US In Sanctions Against Hezbollah-Linked Iranian Financial Network |

Six Middle Eastern countries have joined the U.S. in sanctioning an Iranian financial network linked to the Iranian military and Hezbollah, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said Wednesday. Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and the U.S. are all part of the Terrorist Financing Targeting Center (TFTC), “a collaborative approach to confronting new and evolving threats arising ...

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Iran Has the Fastest Growing Christian Church in the World Despite Severe Persecution

Iran, a Muslim-majority nation, is seeing a staggering number of people leaving Islam for Christianity. According to the documentary, “Sheep Among Wolves Volumes ll,” Iran has the fastest growing church in the world. This film is produced by Frontier Alliance International Studios, and it delves into the realities of an underground movement where persecuted Christians are gaining traction in a ...

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Iranian Oil Tanker Hit By Two Missiles Off Saudi Arabian Coast: Report

An Iranian oil tanker in the Red Sea off the coast of Saudi Arabia was hit by two missiles Friday, the country’s foreign ministry confirmed. The attack caused an oil like that has since been plugged, Reuters reported. The National Iranian Tanker Company (NITC) said “the blasts were probably caused by missile strikes” in a statement on its website, adding ...

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Iranian Hackers Tried To Infiltrate A Presidential Campaign, Microsoft Says

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Iranian hackers have been trying to get into the email accounts of at least one presidential campaign, multiple American journalists and current and former U.S. government officials according to Microsoft. The hackers have support from Iran’s government and made over 2,700 attempts to identify email accounts of various individuals, a Friday Microsoft report says. Microsoft did not name the targeted ...

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Pentagon Officials: Precision of Attack on Saudi Arabia ‘not something we’ve seen in the past’

All indications to this point are that Iran is in some way responsible for the Sept. 14 attack on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia, a senior Defense Department official said. At a Pentagon news conference today, Jonathan Rath Hoffman, assistant to the secretary of defense for public affairs, said the attack on two civilian facilities has had a dramatic impact ...

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Trump Plans To ‘Substantially Increase’ Iran Sanctions

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President Donald Trump said Wednesday that he told Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to “substantially increase” sanctions on Iran. The president’s announcement to increase sanctions on Iran follows a Saturday attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities. Trump suggested Monday that Iran was likely to blame for the attack, but also said he’d like to avoid war with the country, The New ...

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Democrats :: War for Oil

Does anyone recall the massive uprisings by Democrats chanting, “War for oil?” The peculiar thing about this Democrat Party faux outrage against Republicans, is America never got any oil from the wars. Oh well, like all Democrats and their media sycophant outrages, facts and truth never matter, right? It’s always about finding an issue that allows them to profit off ...

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U.S. Forensics Team to Help Saudis Determine Iranian Involvement in Attack

The United States is giving Saudi Arabia time to assess the Sept. 14 attacks on its oil facilities, but all signs point to Iran or Iranian proxies, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said. Marine Corps Gen. Joe Dunford told reporters traveling with him in London that U.S. Central Command has sent forensic specialists to assist Saudi Arabia ...

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Report: Drone Strikes On Saudi Oil Facilities Wipe Out 5% Of Global Oil Supply

Yemen’s Houthi rebels took credit for targeting Saudi Arabian state-owned oil facilities in a drone attack that reportedly forced half of the country’s oil supply, or 5% of the global oil supply, to shut down Saturday. Ten drones struck Saudi Aramco oil facilities — one of which is the world’s largest oil plant — in Abqaiq and Khurais, according to ...

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