The Biden administration, wrapped up as it is now in responding to Russia’s war against Ukraine – and possibly other nations – is creating a threat to the Middle East with its appeasement of the Islamic rogues in Iran.
That’s the opinion of Khaled Abu Toameh, an award-winning journalist who is based in Jerusalem, who explained the situation in a column at Gatestone Institute.
He explained Arabs in the Middle East are concerned about Biden’s attempts to resurrect the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran.
That deal, brokered under Barack Obama, was abandoned by President Trump because of the dangers it presented to America.
Now, Toameh explained, “The Arabs are warning that the appeasement of the extremist and terrorist regime in Tehran would allow Iran’s proxy militias to continue their attacks on America’s Arab allies and massively destabilize the Middle East.”
He noted Ibrahim al-Nahhas, a prominent Saudi political analyst, said, “The parties of the international community that are negotiating with Iran, especially the P5+1 (the U.S. and the other permanent members of the U.N. Security Council: China, France, Russia, Britain, and Germany), must realize that the extremist Iranian regime has not, and will not, abide by international laws, regulations and agreements, even if it swore and signed or pledged to abide by and implement them… The Iranian regime was founded on the [former supreme leader of Iran Ayatollah] Khomeini ideology that adopts terrorism and believes in exporting chaos and destruction.”
Destruction from that ideology, he charged, also has been delivered to Arabs in Lebanon, Yemen, Iraq and Syria.
Nahhas said, according to Toemeh, warned those involved in the original deal made mistakes.
“They agreed to sit with a regime that explicitly declares its support and sponsorship of terrorism and extremism; they agreed to enter into secret talks [with Iran] without the knowledge of the countries that are negatively affected by the terrorism (continued)
This post originally appeared on WND News Center.
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