Skip to comments.Negotiating with Terror Sponsors
Posted on 04/13/2012 5:57:35 PM PDT by nuconvert
In todays Wall Street Journal, Steve Hayes notes what will be missing in this weekends attempted negotiations with Iran: a serious discussion of Irans broad sponsorship of terrorism, particularly against American forces in Iraq and Afghanistan.
However, the Obama administration would be wise to remember an example of Irans brazen terrorist plotting from the not-so-distant past. The foiled plot to assassinate a Saudi ambassador on American soil says much about how the Iranian regime sees the U.S. government and its relations with Irans neighbors.
The Obama administration revealed the details of the plot in October 2011. At the time, the U.S. Treasury Department designated several Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps Qods Force (IRGC-QF) officials who were named as participants in the plot.
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A Look at Iran
The way a nation deals with foreign nations which support terrorism or piracy, is to make it so damnably uncomfortable for the sponsoring nation that they eventually want to kill or drive off the terrorists or pirates themselves. It is pain inflicted to cause diversion of intent.
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