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Wednesday, May 9, 2018

WW3 WATCH: Iran military base in Syria attacked

WW3 WATCH: Iran military base in Syria attacked
INCLUDES: Trump pulls out of Iran Nuclear Deal, Mideast on High Alert & Iran lawmakers shout 'death to America,' burn U.S. flag after Trump nixes nuclear deal

An Iranian military base in Syria was attacked on Tuesday, sources confirmed to Fox News.  Western military sources said the military compound that was hit is located about 10 miles south of the Syrian capital city of Damascus.  Syrian TV reported that it was an Israeli airstrike and that Syrian air defense systems shot down two missiles. The attack happened in Kisweh, according to the official news agency SANA, about an hour after President Trump’s announcement that he would be pulling the U.S. out of the Iran nuclear deal. READ MORE



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Trump pulls out of Iran Nuclear Deal, Mideast on High Alert

Trump pulls out of Iran Nuclear Deal, Mideast on High Alert
President Donald Trump announced Tuesday the U.S. will pull out of the landmark nuclear accord with Iran, declaring he was making the world safer but dealing a profound blow to allies and deepening the president’s isolation on the world stage.  “The United States does not make empty threats,” he said in a televised address from the White House. Trump said the 2015 agreement, which included Germany, France and Britain, was a “horrible one-sided deal that should never ever have been made.”
He added that the United States “will be instituting the highest level of economic sanction.”  Trump’s decision means Iran’s government must now decide whether to follow the U.S. and withdraw or try to salvage what’s left of the deal. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said he was sending his foreign minister to the countries remaining in the accord but warned there was only a short time to negotiate with them and his country could soon “start enriching uranium more than before.”  READ MORE

 

Israel prepares missile defense systems and bomb shelters as US leaves Iran nuclear deal

Israel prepares missile defense systems and bomb shelters as US leaves Iran nuclear deal
Israel has deployed multiple iron dome defense systems across the northern parts of the country as Israeli authorities fear an Iranian attack is imminent following the US’s withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal.  Israel has instructed local authorities in the Israeli-held Golan Heights to “unlock and ready bomb shelters” after identifying what the military described as “irregular activity of Iranian forces in Syria”.
The military statement further said that its defense systems had been deployed “and IDF (Israel Defence Force) troops are on high alert for an attack”. The deployment comes as the Israeli defense minister praised Donald Trump’s announcement today that the US will withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal. READ MORE

Iran lawmakers shout 'death to America,' burn U.S. flag after Trump nixes nuclear deal

Iranian lawmakers shouted "death to America" and set fire to a paper U.S. flag during angry scenes at the country's parliament in Tehran, a day after President Trump pulled out of the nuclear deal.  
The protest came as Iranian officials, including parliament speaker Ali Larijani and President Hassan Rouhani, said Wednesday they hoped European leaders will work with them to preserve the deal between Tehran and world powers — without the U.S. — but stressed that the nation could now decide to resume its nuclear program. 
"If necessary, we can begin our industrial enrichment without any limitations," the Iranian leader said. "Until implementation of this decision, we will wait for some weeks and will talk with our friends and allies and other signatories of the nuclear deal, who signed it and who will remain loyal to it. Everything depends on our national interests."
Iran’s supreme leader, who has the final say on all state matters, struck a more defiant tone. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei directly challenged Trump, saying "you cannot do a damn thing" after Trump announced he was renewing sanctions on Iran.
During the demonstration in parliament, lawmakers held up the flaming U.S. flag as their fellow parliamentarians joined in anti-American chants. They also burned a piece of paper representing the nuclear deal and stomped on the papers’ ashes. Larijani, according to the Iranian Students' News Agency, said Trump lacked "mental capacity."
Later Wednesday, Trump warned Iran against resuming its nuclear weapons program. 
“I would advise Iran not to start their nuclear program,” Trump told reporters when asked about the potential consequences. “I would advise them very strongly. If they do there will be very severe consequence.”
European diplomats meanwhile insisted that the 2015 accord would not suddenly collapse despite the U.S.'s withdrawal. Hans Dietmar Schweisgut, the European Union’s representative to China said Wednesday during a press briefing in Beijing that the EU strongly believes "that this is an agreement which belongs to the international community. This is not an agreement that will fall apart if you just walk away."
France's foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian told French radio that the deal "wasn't dead yet" and that European countries would hold talks over how to keep it alive. 
Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia were all signatories to the 2015 accord under which Iran pledged to limit its stockpile of enriched uranium for 15 years and its number of centrifuges for 10 years. Both are needed to make nuclear weapons. The EU, U.S. and United Nations lifted economic sanctions as part of the deal.