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News ID: 4799
Publish Date: 15:27 - 09 August 2014
Tehran, YJC. Iranian lawmaker says the US policy to boost its military presence against Iran is a result of the country’s weapon business urge.

Lawmaker and member of the Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Committee referring to the US 2015 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) said "The Iranian presence in the nuclear talks which lead to the rightfulness of Iran’s peaceful nuclear activities following the Supreme Leader’s fatwa has popped the Iranophobia bubble.

"This has challenged the justifiability of the leaders buying arms from the US. Such leaders are now subject to reckoning for pouring their national money into American companies as they used to buy weapons,” Abbasali Mansouri Arani stated.

He added "By creating a wave of propaganda against Iran, the US intends to make the leaders of regional countries want to buy arms. In case that happens, I mean the leaders buy weapons from the US, they will be under heavy criticism by journalists and intellectuals.”

The military order to deter Iran was included in the 2015 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), a sprawling yearly funding bill that allocates money to defense priorities, the Washington Free Beacon reports.


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