When Iran and the US fight for the soul of Iran, Israel is not in the picture

The Obama administration has made it clear that it will continue to fight Iran militarily and diplomatically, even if it is in the shadow of its allies and partners.

But what happens when the US and its allies are in the thick of a war with Iran, as they were in 2008?

The Obama administration’s stated policy is to attack Iran militately, but this doesn’t mean that Israel is in any danger.

In fact, Israel has the potential to make significant gains in a war between Iran and Israel.

What could change the strategic calculus between the two countries is if they were to make a strategic mistake and engage in a full-scale war against Iran, even though that might lead to Israel losing territory to its adversaries.

A war between Israel and Iran is an existential threat for Israel.

The US has been arming and supporting the Iranian regime for decades, and the current US administration is actively backing the regime and supporting its proxies.

Iran’s leaders are not afraid of US intervention.

The Iranian regime has already used its nuclear capabilities to strike Israel and kill countless innocent civilians in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, and Yemen.

If the US is to prevent the Iranian nuclear program from ever achieving its full potential, the United States must take an aggressive stance against Iran and stop funding and supporting it.

The US is already in the process of doing just that, with the implementation of the Iran Nuclear Agreement (INA) and the 2015 nuclear agreement between Iran, the US, and five other countries, including China.

The Trump administration has been very supportive of the deal, but now it is going to be hard for the US to stop it.

The deal was the result of an agreement between the US Congress, the Obama administration, the White House, and eight other nations.

The Obama-era deal, which was signed in 2015, included provisions that would allow the US government to pursue “nuclear weapons proliferation prevention measures” against Iran.

The agreement was signed into law by the Trump administration in May of this year, but it was not until December that it was formally implemented.

The INA was intended to limit Iran’s ability to develop and acquire nuclear weapons and was designed to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon.

The agreement has been implemented in many ways, and has resulted in several important improvements in Iran’s nuclear program, including the lifting of sanctions and the lifting in 2018 of sanctions that had been in place for more than two decades.

However, despite the fact that it has not been implemented completely, the deal has made major strides toward reducing Iran’s proliferation of nuclear weapons.

For instance, it has made significant strides in ending the international economic sanctions on Iran.

It has made clear that Iran can resume trade with major global players, including Russia and China.

This is a critical step towards the elimination of Iran’s main deterrent to global terrorism, and a major step towards preventing the nuclear program in the first place.

The United States has also imposed sanctions on Iranian entities and individuals, including banks and the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).

The sanctions have reduced Iran’s oil exports and helped to lift the sanctions.

The sanctions are also helping Iran to improve its ability to access international capital markets, which has helped to boost its economy and increase its exports.

The current sanctions are expected to be lifted in early 2019, although it is not yet clear how long this will take.

The Trump administration is also in the midst of a massive military buildup, with a recent announcement by Defense Secretary James Mattis that the US will increase the number of US troops in the region and around the world by more than 6,000.

This increase is significant, as it comes on the heels of a major increase in US military spending by the Obama-administration, which doubled the number and number of troops in Afghanistan and increased the number in Iraq by nearly 2,000 troops.

The increased US military presence in the Middle East and the expansion of the war on terror in the US are all contributing to the US becoming the world’s leading military power.

It is not surprising that Iran is eager to get its act together and get ready for the next stage of the nuclear deal, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

The US and the European Union, including France, have been negotiating a comprehensive agreement with Iran to reduce Iran’s enrichment capabilities.

The JCPOA is supposed to be a solution to the Iranian crisis, but at the moment it is only a framework for negotiations between Iran’s negotiating team and the United Nations Security Council.

The JCPoa has been a long-term goal of the Trump-Obama administration.

Under the deal it was agreed to in 2015 it was to halt all enrichment activities, but that is not happening.

The Joint Comprehensive Plans of Action was meant to end Iran’s centrifuges and build up its nuclear program to weapons-grade levels.

In a matter of months, Iran has managed to increase its centrifuged capacity from a fraction of what it was before to

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