The administration of US President Donald Trump along with Israel and Saudi Arabia are trying to create a pretext for destroying the Iran nuclear deal and exert more on the Islamic Republic, said an American analyst.
A political analyst said a recent UN report, which blames the Syrian government for an April gas attack in Idlib Province, has been fabricated based on US dictates, and is full of unsubstantiated claims.
“Look at the smirk on Benjamin Netanyahu's face, as he supports Kurdish separatism. It's about splitting up Middle East states so that there can be no effective opposition to the expansion of Israel into the lands of others,” British political commentator Rodney Shakespeare told IRNA correspondent in London in an exclusive interview.
Iran is in compliance with the international nuclear deal reached in 2015, despite false claims by some current and former US officials that Tehran is violating the deal, says Stephen Lendman, a journalist and political analyst based in Chicago.
US President Donald Trump lacks integrity and has spent his whole life in deception, says a former American intelligence linguist, adding that there is a tremendous amount of corruption in the US political system.
US President Donald Trump’s visit to Saudi Arabia during his first official overseas trip this week was essentially a declaration of war against Iran and Shia Muslims and signaled an alliance with Wahhabi regimes, an investigative journalist in Washington says.
The United States has the worst healthcare system in the world and President Donald Trump promises to make it even worse than it is, according to Myles Hoenig, an American political analyst and activist.
President Donald Trump is trying to break the British Empire’s policy of dividing the world, and that is evident in his overtures to US adversaries to resolve the North Korean standoff, says an analyst.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has correctly called the US troops in Syria invaders because under international law foreign governments can’t deploy troops to sovereign countries, senior analyst Ken Stone says.
There has been no real coverage in the American media for the genocide being committed by the US and Saudi military in Yemen because it is considered former President Barack Obama's war, American political analyst Myles Hoenig says.
A high-ranking US military commander says up to a dozen civilians lost their lives late last January, when special forces carried out an attack against a purported position of al-Qaeda militants in the central Yemeni province of Bayda.