On Saturday, an Iranian official said President Biden illegally threatened Iran during his meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett that took place in Washington on Friday.
Alongside Bennett, Biden told reporters that if “diplomacy fails” with Iran, the US was ready to “turn to other options.”
Ali Shamkhani, the secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council, denounced Biden’s choice of words on Twitter. “The emphasis on using ‘other options’ against [Iran] amounts to threatening another country illegally and establishes Iran’s right to reciprocate … against ‘available options,'” Shamkhani wrote.
Iran’s fears of being attacked by Israel or the US are not unfounded. Israel frequently attacks Iran covertly, and these missions are tacitly endorsed by Washington since the US never condemns them. Ahead of his meeting with Biden, Bennett told The New York Times that Israel will continue clandestine attacks against Iran.
According to a report from Axios, Bennett proposed an Iran plan to Biden that was described as “death by a thousand cuts.” Bennett’s strategy includes a series of diplomatic and military actions. The Israeli leader also expressed his opposition to the US rejoining the Iran nuclear deal, known as the JCPOA.
Bennett also asked Biden not to withdraw from Iraq and Syria. The Axios report said the Israeli delegation felt “optimistic” about Biden’s attitude on the US military presence in Iraq and Syria.
While boarding a plane back to Israel on Sunday, Bennett said he was very happy with how the meeting went. “Biden and I have struck up a direct and personal bond built on trust,” he said. “We have achieved all the goals we have set out for ourselves and beyond.”
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This would make the Israeli delegation currently the only people on earth optimistic about US military presence anywhere. This probably means Israel is deeply concerned about Biden withdrawing troops from Syria and Iraq.
Since Israel lies continually, this statement is almost certainly false. This statement should be logically negated to become true and should read:
“Bennett said he was NOT very happy with how the meeting went. “Biden and I have NOT struck up a direct and personal bond due to mistrust,” he said. “We have NOT achieved all the goals we have set out for ourselves and beyond.”
I agree, the Israeli’s lie with the best of them, or US. But we’re talking about “unwavering” “ironclad” Biden. I’d say they’re being truthful this time.
He said it in his sleep.
Biden has threatened the leaders of Iran with “only my highway or else” beginning at noon on 1/20/2021 so what is new?
I can see why the Iranian official is concerned. What’s left after assassinations, sabotages, surrounding them with military assets and economy crushing sanctions?
Plan A: USA Bomb Iran….
Attacks? The only thing that could change is that Iran would start to hit back in ways they have so far avoided.
I think their strategy of strategic patience is the correct one. Retaliation will only embolden their adversaries. The war lobby in the USA is still too strong and it’s link to the Israel lobby strong as steel. Iran may be able to beat off an attempted invasion, but they still have so much more to lose than they have to gain from conflict.
These two subhuman warmongers are just itching for more conflict. If yet another Amerikkkan war for Isra-hell ensues, hopefully they’ll get what’s coming to them. Mr. Putin will not take kindly to it.
Meh. All those drones will be needed for Afghanistan Phase II.
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