The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on WND Politics
The United States and Iran have been at odds since radical Muslims took over the Middle East nation in 1979 and took Americans hostage, releasing them only when President Ronald Reagan was inaugurated in 1981, explains a new report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.
The conflict level has gone up and down since then, mostly up, until Barack Obama was in office.
He repeatedly referred to Iran as “The Islamic Republic of Iran” and stated that the U.S. was committed “to diplomacy that addresses the full range of issues before us, and to pursuing constructive ties among the United States, Iran, and the international community.” Obama also exchanged letters with Iran Supreme Leader Khamenei, “reportedly expressing the administration’s support for Iran.”
He capped his efforts with the nuclear agreement under which Iran gave up essentially none of its ultimate options or choices, and the U.S. lifted sanctions and handed overpost was originally published on this site