U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley presented scathing evidence to the international community proving the Iran nuclear deal orchestrated by the Obama administration is a complete scam.
The missile had “Iran’s fingerprints” all over it, according to Haley, and had been fired at the Riyadh airport by Houthi militants in Yemen, a violation of a 2015 U.N. Security Council measure prohibiting Iran from providing weapons to other countries without Security Council approval, CBS News reported.
“The nuclear deal has done nothing to moderate the regime’s conduct in other areas,” Haley said at a press conference at the Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in Washington, D.C. “Aid from Iran’s Revolutionary Guard to dangerous militias and terror groups is increasing. Aid that materializes as weapons throughout the Middle East.”
“Its ballistic missiles and advanced weapons are turning up in war zones across the region,” she added. “It’s hard to find a conflict or a terrorist group in the Middle East that does not have Iran’s fingerprints all over it.”
“The Iranian regime cannot be allowed to engage in its lawless behavior any longer,” Haley said.
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She also reminded the world this fight concerns all.
“The fight against Iranian aggression is the world’s fight… This missile was used to attack an international civilian airport in Saudi Arabia,” Ambassador Haley said. “Just imagine if this missile had been launched at Dulles Airport or JFK, or the airports in Paris, London, or Berlin.”
“The fight against Iranian aggression is the world’s fight… This missile was used to attack an international civilian airport in Saudi Arabia. Just imagine if this missile had been launched at Dulles Airport or JFK, or the airports in Paris, London, or Berlin.” pic.twitter.com/Vilau7VpHq
— Nikki Haley (@nikkihaley) December 14, 2017
Haley’s announcement comes a month before the Jan. 13 deadline by when President Donald Trump must certify whether Iran is in compliance with Obama’s nuclear deal, ABC News reported.
Trump opted not to certify Iran’s compliance in October, leaving open the possibility that the agreement could “be terminated.”
“We will not continue down a path whose predictable conclusion is more violence, more chaos, the very real threat of Iran’s nuclear breakout,” the president said at the time.