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Australia Raises With Iran Imprisoned Australian AcademicAustralia Raises With Iran Imprisoned Australian Academic

Michael Medved

00:20 sec | 7 months ago

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"Australia's foreign minister say she raised with her and rainy and counterpart the fate of an imprisoned Australian British academic was gone on hunger strikes and she urged the Australian government to do more to free her a recent pain declined to detail our conversation with Mohammad Javad Zarif about convicted academic Kylie more Gilbert on the sidelines of a

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Video Shows Two Iranian Missiles Hit Ukrainian Plane

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Video Shows Two Iranian Missiles Hit Ukrainian Plane

"Well there's a new video that apparently shows to what missiles striking a Ukrainian jetliner over to run last week that video released by the New York times Hirani in the thirties have already blamed human error admitting that their military shot down the plane by accident a hundred and seventy six people were on board there were no survivors Iran's foreign minister is talking about the downing of the plane is correspondent Tom rivers reports speaking on a trip to New Delhi bronze top diplomat Mohammad Javad Zarif last few nights we've had people in the the streets streets of of that that are are demonstrating demonstrating a a games games the the fact fact that that they they would would like like to to put put a a couple couple of of days days but but this this was was a a very very serious serious situation situation we we believe believe that it is the fact that it wasn't disclosed early enough initially the Iranian government stated that a technical malfunction down the plane the report on the praise around military for in his words being brave enough to claim

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Video shows two Iranian missiles hit Ukraine plane

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Video shows two Iranian missiles hit Ukraine plane

"Well there's a new video that apparently shows to what missiles striking a Ukrainian jetliner over to run last week that video released by the New York times Hirani in the thirties have already blamed human error admitting that their military shot down the plane by accident a hundred and seventy six people were on board there were no survivors Iran's foreign minister is talking about the downing of the plane is correspondent Tom rivers reports speaking on a trip to New Delhi bronze top diplomat Mohammad Javad Zarif last few nights we've had people in the the streets streets of of that that are are demonstrating demonstrating a a games games the the fact fact that that they they would would like like to to put put a a couple couple of of days days but but this this was was a a very very serious serious situation situation we we believe believe that it is the fact that it wasn't disclosed early enough initially the Iranian government stated that a technical malfunction down the plane the report on the praise around military for in his words being brave enough to claim

Iran Is Expected to Announce Cause of Ukrainian Jet Crash

Ask Me Another

01:10 min | 7 months ago

Iran Is Expected to Announce Cause of Ukrainian Jet Crash

"Iran admits it accidentally shot down a Ukrainian passenger jet Wednesday killing all one hundred seventy six people on board Tehran had initially said that a mechanical failure brought the plane down NPR's Jacki north some reports a runs military says the Ukrainian airline was flying close to a sensitive military base in such a way and at such an altitude that it was mistaken for a hostile aircraft in shot down that was just hours after a run launched military strikes against the US in Iraq in retaliation for the killing of a top Aronian general arounds president Hassan Rouhani offered sincere condolences for what he called an unforgivable mistake and promised to prosecute those responsible Iran's foreign minister Javad Zarif says the crash happened at a time of crisis caused by US adventurism Jackie north them NPR news the US military says two American service members in southern Afghanistan have been killed officials say milk the military vehicle they were travelling in hit a roadside bomb that was planted by the

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Iran says Ukrainian passenger plane was shot down unintentionally in fear of US aggression

Reveal

01:01 min | 7 months ago

Iran says Ukrainian passenger plane was shot down unintentionally in fear of US aggression

"Iran admits it mistakenly shot down a Ukrainian passenger plane this week killing all one hundred seventy six people on board the acknowledgement follows days of Tehran blaming mechanical error for the crash shortly after takeoff NPR's Jacki north some reports a statement carried on a running in state run TV blamed the crash of the Ukrainian airline on human error it said the passenger jet was approaching a sensitive military installation in such a way at such an altitude that it was mistaken for a hostile aircraft and shot down a running president Hassan Rouhani tweeted that investigations will continue to identify and prosecute those responsible for what he called an unforgivable mistake foreign minister Javad Zarif tweeted that the error happened at a time of crisis caused by US adventurism hours before the crash Ron had lunch military strikes against the U. S. in Iraq in retaliation for the U. S. killing of Iran's top

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Iran plane crash site cleared of debris

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:39 min | 7 months ago

Iran plane crash site cleared of debris

"Iran has admitted it unintentionally shot down the Ukrainian passenger plane this week that killed all one hundred and seventy six people on board the statement carried on state run television blamed the incident on human error the plane was on fire when it crashed just minutes after taking off from an airport just outside to ran on Wednesday morning shortly before the plane crash around it fired missiles at US forces you to bases in Iraq in retaliation for the U. S. killing a general Qassem Soleimani and your check in North image been on the story and joins us now Jackie thanks for being with us morning Scott for days of course Iran had blamed mechanical error for the crash of what exactly if they set now well around leadership has been tweeting statements about the crash and foreign minister Javad Zarif said this is a sad day that preliminary conclusions of internal investigation by the armed forces in Iran found that quote human error at a time of crisis caused by US adventurism lead to disaster president Hassan Rouhani tweeted that investigators will continue to identify and prosecute those responsible for what he called this unforgivable mistake this admission is surprising Scott I think there was a sense that Iran would continue saying it was mechanical problems that cause the Ukrainian airlines flight to crash but around was under a lot of pressure the US Canada the UK Australia all publicly said they had evidence that an Iranian missile brought down the plane no the government's AA offer anymore information and how the accident occurred yes the statement by Iran's armed forces which was broadcast on state television said it detected a lot of US war planes on its radar in the hours leading up to the crash it said that the Ukrainian passenger jet was approaching a sensitive military ovens installation in such a way and at such an altitude that it was mistaken for a hostile aircraft and it was shot down killing all one hundred seventy six people on board the statement expressed sympathy to the grieving families and promised reform in operation procedures of the armed forces so that it doesn't happen again and the statement also said the person responsible for shooting down the passenger plane would face consequences what kind of reaction has there been to the admission so far I'm on his Facebook post a Ukrainian president Vladimir excellence he said this wasn't a good morning but it brought the truth and that Ukraine expects of full and open investigation by Iran and that a once those responsible brought to justice and it wants compensation fifty so Evan Canadian citizens lost their lives in there's growing anger Scott in Canada about the crash with some saying that it wouldn't have happened if the US had not killed custom Slimani the senior Iranian military commander which ratcheted up tensions in the region Canadian broadcasting corporation's quoting unnamed government official saying that ought to wash should have been warned in advance that the US was going to kill Slimani Jackie reported yesterday that Ukrainian investigators were already on the ground a near Keiran Canada which is you know gloss nearly sixty citizens of the crash is also send investigators other nations including the US because of course it was a Boeing aircraft what will the investigators be looking for now investigators want to search the debris field and find out what kind of missile brought down the plane but Scott at CBS television crew visited the site yesterday and said virtually all the pieces of the plane had been carried off and that scavengers were picking through the debris

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Trump says 'Iran appears to be standing down'

America in the Morning

02:12 min | 7 months ago

Trump says 'Iran appears to be standing down'

"Speaking in the White House grand for your president trump hearing good news after Iran launched missiles toward US and Iraqi bases in Iraq Iran appears to be standing down which is a good thing for all parties concerned and a very good thing for the world the president met with his national security team in the morning to go over damage assessments and determine if any new steps are needed top of that is new sanctions he once imposed the president acknowledged the U. S. had an early warning reportedly through Iraqi media that Iran would launch the missiles American forces were hunkered down as a result Iran can say it try to avenge the death of general Qasim solely money by removing solemn eighty we have sent a powerful message to terrorists if you value your own life you will not threaten the lives of our people truely money was revered by Shiite militias in Iraq who had been launching rockets at U. S. facilities there and who may yet make their own efforts to avenge his death for worldwide consumption Iran's foreign minister Javad Zarif held a news conference in Tehran mostly in English he indicated his country does not want a war with the U. S. the calls the situation a matter of Iran standing up for itself we did not start this process of escalation day United States rage and economic warred against it on the United States has to come to his senses the roof and the president trump has to stop listening to clowns as he said advise him that war of any kind with Iran is good politically he was negotiated by president Obama so the Iran nuclear agreement has long been denounced by candidate and now president Donald Trump he took the U. S. out of the agreement but other nations have tried to hold it together the time has come for the United Kingdom Germany France Russia and China to recognize this reality they must now break away from the remnants of the Iran deal there was also a bit of an offer to Iran itself if it gives up nuclear programs isis is a natural enemy of Iran and we should work together on this and other shared priorities in fact general Qasim solely money and Iranian money helped the Shiite militias go after ISIS at the end of the last decade

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Highlights from Donald Trump's televised address on the Iranian missile attacks

Jim Bohannon

02:26 min | 7 months ago

Highlights from Donald Trump's televised address on the Iranian missile attacks

"Tensions with the Iran apparently have eased a bit after the president announced that there were no US casualties from that Iranian missile attack with more here's Bob custom TV from the White House speaking in the White House grand for where president trump hearing good news after Iran launched missiles toward US and Iraqi bases in Iraq Iran appears to be standing down which is a good thing for all parties concerned and a very good thing for the world the president met with his national security team in the morning to go over damage assessments and determine if any new steps are needed top of that is new sanctions he wants imposed the president acknowledged the U. S. had an early warning reportedly through Iraqi media that Iran would launch the missiles American forces were hunkered down as a result it wrong you can say try to avenge the death of general Qasim solely money by removing solemn eighty we have sent a powerful message to terrorists if you value your own life you will not threaten the lives of our people Julie money was revered by Shiite militias in Iraq who have been launching rockets at U. S. facilities there and who may yet make their own efforts to avenge his death for worldwide consumption Iran's foreign minister Javad Zarif held a news conference in Tehran mostly in English he indicated his country does not want a war with the U. S. because the situation a matter of Iran standing up for itself he did not start this process of escalation day and I could states wage and economic Watergate stood on the United States has to come to its senses the reef added president trump has to stop listening to clowns as he said who advised him that war of any kind with Iran is good politically it was negotiated by president Obama so the Iran nuclear agreement has long been denounced by candidate and now president Donald Trump he took the U. S. out of the agreement but other nations have tried to hold it together the time has come for the United Kingdom Germany France Russia and China to recognize this reality they must now break away from the remnants of the Iran deal there was also a bit of an offer to Iran itself if it gives up nuclear programs isis is a natural enemy of Iran and we should work together on this and other shared priorities in fact general Qasim solely money and Iranian money helped the Shiite militias go after ISIS at the end of the last decade I'm constantly the

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Trump Addresses Nation After Iranian Strike

WSJ What's News

03:54 min | 7 months ago

Trump Addresses Nation After Iranian Strike

"No Americans were harmed in last night's attack by the Iranian regime. We suffered no casualties. All of our soldiers are safe and only minimal damage was sustained at our military basis. I great American forces prepared for anything. Iran appears to be standing down which is a good thing for all parties concerned at a very good thing for the world. Arabian forces had promised retaliation against the US following doing a drone strike assassination of Iranian military leader Kacem Sulejmani last week joining me now is Wall Street. Journal Washington editor Daniel Nassau so Daniel President trump did not signal any additional US military strikes and also said that Iran is backing down for more strikes or experts convinced that this marks ah lasting de-escalation of tensions. I would say round one is over for now Indeed the president did not signal that he was going to take any further military action against Iran and he did as you said note that Iran appears to be standing down which is a good thing for all the parties concerned and last night the Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said that Iran had taken and quote concluded proportionate Russian it measures in self defense which signals to me that Iran sees it struck back in measured manner. And we're done for now. No trump made the decision not to address the nation last night after news began to break that Iran had conducted these military strikes. And before you came out to speak to the nation today today high ranking members of the military walked out flanking him during his comments at the podium. What did you make of those objects? Well I think that the military terry brass and the White House are trying to show that they're on the same page of their reading of the intelligence and of their sense of where the conflict with Iran is right now now now I will note that when President Obama who is a very stylistically very different kind of president when he announced the killing of of Osama bin Laden he came out and addressed the nation on his own He was alone on the television screen during his comments. President trump also took a strong strong tone here in continuing to warn Ron especially against its nuclear ambitions. As long as I'm president of the United States Iran will never reveal out to have a nuclear weapon that has long been an issue especially after the US withdrew from the Iran nuclear agreement which President it trump wants to scrap in favor of a new deal. How likely is it that he'll get international support for that? Well the other signatories to the the Iran nuclear deal the JCP. Have they've stuck with it. And I see no reason why China France Germany Russia Russia the United Kingdom would would pull out now Iran has said it suspending its compliance with the deal. But it has not said that it is Withdrawing from it so so I see no reason why at this point any of that should change and Daniel over the next couple of days and weeks. What are some of the through lines? You're going to be following here. Well of course we'll all be watching to see if indeed round one is over if Iran and the US directly attack. One another. But I in particular. I'm going to be watching the iranian-backed Shiite militias in Iraq. They often seem to take direction from Tehran. But can act independently gently so are they going to fling more rockets at US installations or they going to take a breather as

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"javad zarif" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:12 min | 7 months ago

"javad zarif" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And demeaning personally but to the office that each of the one hundred senators in this building happens the whole I find it insulting and I find it demeaning to the constitution of the United States to which we all sworn an oath but most Republicans who came out of that meeting I said the president made the right call I think this just underscores how political this issue has become what else to the president have to say about what his strategy is going forward well he said they are still evaluating U. S. options one thing he did do was order new economic sanctions but US sanctions against Iran are already pretty tough it's unclear how much more painful they can get president trump is also pressing allies like the U. K. Germany and France to join the United States and give up on the Iran nuclear deal he wants them to work on something that he argues would be stronger again no details on that he also wants allies members of NATO to become more involved in the Middle East but it's unclear what kind of appetite there is thank god during his thanks so much thank you as Ringo just mention the president said he wanted to try and persuade remaining partners of the Iran nuclear deal to abandon it so how far is around from actually developing such a weapon joining me to percent out is NPR staff from feel welcome to the studio thank you I want to start with some words from Iran's foreign minister Javad Zarif I hear you speaking yesterday within pairs Mary Louise Kelley if you want to build a nuclear bomb and with that the people have done a long time ago is that true could ever on built a nuclear bomb a long time ago well it's absolutely true that around it's been much closer to build a nuclear weapon in the past in fact the entire reason for the Iran deal was that issue before the twenty fifteen deal a rhyme was it within months some even say weeks of having enough uranium enriched uranium to build a bomb it had a lot of centrifuges spinning and the deal basically worked that they shelves centrifuges they gave up uranium and they stretch that time line back to about a year most experts agree when the deal was in place it would have taken a year to get the material right but after that was that was before right the U. S. pulled out of the deal and now of course in retaliation Iran has been stepping across limits set in the deal specially around and reaching uranium how far away are they as of today how does this affect the timeline right that's a trickier question to answer because around has been stepping across the slides but they've been mostly symbolic steps they're not really enough to start significantly closing that one year gap I spoke to David Albright of the institute for science and international security he does calculations on this kind of thing he thinks right now maybe if they went in an all out sprint they might be ten months maybe a few months last from getting the material they need for a bomb but that's all pretty fuzzy what is clear is as time goes on around is going to be enriching more uranium and that time line will shrink we will get less and less than a year how should we square all this with Iran's official policy that it does not believe in nuclear weapons well around officially doesn't but there's a lot of evidence that they've had a nuclear weapons program in the past the international atomic energy agency has said so documents taken by Israel from a warehouse and to Ron in twenty eighteen show that they had a weapons designed that they had foreign scientists helping them that they had a plan to put it on a missile and in fact it was around that eventually decided to step back away from those plans and and put their nuclear program on hold what's known about why it's not entirely clear one possibility is that they were fearful of economic sanctions they are not only part of the Iran deal but the part the nonproliferation treaty if they violated that treaty they can face very serious consequences and clearly they thought they could get some benefits you know such as the Iran deal they could they could maybe see some sanctions lifted and I think this is really the key question is as we enter this period where there's more of a direct sort of military tension facing Ron whether that calculus is going to change for the the leadership in Tehran they have obviously always had well not always but they've had the technology for some time now to to move ahead if they chose to eventually get a weapon it's gonna be a political decision and I think that you know that's the big takeaway here that's NPR's Jeff from Phil thanks for your reporting thank you in Iraq president trump's speech seems to have eased imminent fears of a military escalation after the Iranian rocket attack on US forces but a major Iranian backed militia is saying the retaliation isn't over yet and that's not the only threat the remains and peers Jana raft joins us from Baghdad once again hi Jane hi ari was there much reaction in Baghdad to the president's speech today well there was no official reaction from the Iraqi government that Iraqi analysts took the president's comments as an attempt to de escalate this rather than what they had really feared which was that he would add fuel to the fire we have to say it was quite an unusual attack more than a dozen rockets and they killed no one that wasn't the spin though in Iran where state media said that eighty US soldiers were dead essentially no indication that's true indications are there were no around here US casualties but most people saw that as a way for Ron to say it was avenging soul amantes del will not actually prompting retaliation but you know in the streets people are even more skeptical we spoke to a flower shop owner Bashir Abbas and he said he thought this was all just theater that that it tak itself was pre arranged that would add up to how to how to rule for the I'm looking at up if he's saying basically that the US and Iran agreed to this and the only targets for their actions since they want to turn Iraq battlefield in fact he says this is a Cold War and that's the way a lot of people feel as we mentioned there are still a rocky malicious backed by Iran and the U. S. blames them for a rocket attack that killed an American contractor couple weeks ago how do they fit into the situation today they're a really big player in this there are more than thirty different groups they were formed to fight ISIS in twenty fourteen and now they're mostly part of Iraqi security forces but a lot of them do not answer to the Iraqi government and some of them actually answer to run as there are two big Aronian backed militias in particular one of them has said this is not the end and of the retribution the retaliation for the deaths of not just someone money but an Iraqi paramilitary leader but there are a couple of other ones that are seemingly trying to calm things down beyond fears about Iran and militias there is ISIS which president trump says is a hundred percent destroyed is that true again not quite so their territory is almost one hundred percent destroyed the caliphate was defeated a but isis is resurging and it's a concern of US military leaders of Iraqi military leaders and the bigger concern because if US troops to leave in the coalition forces leave with them other countries leave with them that leaves a real lack of things like air support surveillance Intel and it could mean that isis could have a resurgence in areas it had been kicked out of and finally there was this vote in Iraq's parliament to expel US troops which the United States says it is going to ignore what's the status of that that one is all up for discussion over the next few weeks because a lot of these parties that wanted US troops gone or digging in but other ones are saying look see what happened if US forces leave will be even more beholden to Iran and things could slip even further it's NPR's Jana raft covering every new development in Baghdad thank you very much thank you as Jane mentioned people are watching what Iraqi militias will do and tonight too small rockets hit near the US.

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Iran ‘Concludes’ Attacks, Foreign Minister Says

Laura Ingraham

00:15 sec | 7 months ago

Iran ‘Concludes’ Attacks, Foreign Minister Says

"Schaefer around foreign minister is calling a ballistic missile attack on a rocky bases housing U. S. troops a proportionate measure in self defense foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif also tweeted early Wednesday that Iran does not seek escalation or war will defend itself against any

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Iran ‘Concludes’ Attacks, Foreign Minister Says

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:21 sec | 7 months ago

Iran ‘Concludes’ Attacks, Foreign Minister Says

"Iran's foreign minister says that Tehran is not seeking any further escalation of tensions with the US after Tuesday's missile strikes on Iraqi military bases housing US forces today minister Javad Zarif says though around will defend itself against any further action from the U. S. reading that

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Crowd in Tehran chants 'death to America'

America in the Morning

00:55 sec | 7 months ago

Crowd in Tehran chants 'death to America'

"Run firing back roads in the streets of Tehran chanting death to America after a run much more than a dozen ballistic missiles US forces in Iraq so far there have been no reports of casualties one of those missiles coming down and Beale that's where we find a B. CZ impaneled Iranian state TV describing the tax as a revenge operation to the U. S. drone strike that killed general Qassim so the money for the top Iranian military leader blamed for the deaths of hundreds of Americans considered by some in the U. S. administration to be an immediate threat an Iranian official posting a tweet of the Iran's foreign minister Javad Zarif says they're not seeking war it is up to the United States to now come to its senses and stop its adventurism in this region at after days of explosives threats president trump tone down his rhetoric last night tweeting all as well president trump will give a statement this morning

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Iran's foreign minister tweets: 'We do not seek escalation or war, but will defend ourselves against any aggression'

KNX Evening News

00:20 sec | 7 months ago

Iran's foreign minister tweets: 'We do not seek escalation or war, but will defend ourselves against any aggression'

"I'm Brian paying our top story Iran's foreign minister is calling a ballistic missile attack on Iraqi base housing U. S. troops a proportionate measure in self defense foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif also tweeted that Iran does not seek escalation or war but will defend itself against any aggression we have a in depth scene coverage at eight

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At least 56 killed in stampede at Soleimani's funeral

Here & Now

05:15 min | 7 months ago

At least 56 killed in stampede at Soleimani's funeral

"Start the hour again in Iran where a stampede during a funeral procession for General Qassem Sulamani left dozens of mourners. Dead Secretary of State. Mike pompeo reiterated today that the US will abide by the laws of war if it retaliates any retaliation by Iran he was asked about President. Trump's threats to attack running in cultural sites NPR's Mary Louise. Kelley is in the Iranian capital. Tehran and joins joins us now once again Mary. Louise let's start with the stampede. What more can you tell us about that? Hey it's an awful event what we have our reports from Iranian news agencies of several dozen people. It sounds like who were killed in the stampede. This was in the city of Kerman which is a big city in southeastern turnaround about five hundred miles from the capital Tehran. Where I'm speaking to you from And it is the hometown of Kassam. Soula money so oh the body has been making its way through cities in Iraq and now Iran these last several days. This was to be the last procession where mourners owners could come out and more than he was to be buried today obviously events Got Out of control there. You sat down today with the Iranian Foreign Minister. mohammad-javad Hamad Javad Zarif. Let's listen to a little bit of what he said to you. This was an act of aggression an armed attack albeit a cowardly armed armed attack against Iran efficient encoding territory it amounts to war and we will respond. According to our own timing naming choice it amounts to war and we'll respond according to our own timing choice. What did he tell you about the options? Iran is considering four response to the killing of money. Well that was exactly the question. I was trying to pin him down on as you can imagine and you will be stunned to hear. He did not telegraphed to me. Exactly what Lebron's next move will be. He was very clear. As you got a sense from there there will be retaliation. There will be revenge. He spoke talk about how about people's feelings here hurt and the outrage here and you could hear it. Sulamani was was a close personal friend of his and you could hear that the determination termination that this country will act. What exactly they will do when exactly they will do it? He wouldn't go there He said they will respond at a time and place they're choosing. I will say we heard from a different top official here today. Says a man named Ali Sean Connery. He's the top official on Iran's answer to the National L. Security. They're they're National Security Council and according to Iranian media he has said they are considering thirteen specific options for retaliation in which means journalists are now scrambling to try to figure out what those thirteen are What about the nuclear deal? We heard Iran say in the last couple of days that they're not going to be complying with the main parts of it but it sounds like they may be willing to come back to the nuclear deal at some later point. Can you tell us more. About what Zarif said about the nuclear deal sure and this is also personal sheriff. It's worth noting he. He is the one who negotiated on behalf of Iran. Back in two thousand fifteen when it was John Kerry at the state eight department was the it was the two of them who sat down and really hash this out. I asked him today. Point blank is the nuclear deal dead. He conceded it is not good news for the deal. He said specifically specifically going forward we will cease compliance with the limits laid out in the deal in terms of centrifuges but as you noted he he was emphasizing they are suspended spending compliance not cutting it off forever he said should circumstances change should Europe which is still party to the nuclear deal. Find a way to ease the the sanctions that Iran has come under that they may well find their way back into full compliance and and that international inspectors will still be allowed into Iran. So that's it's another not good news but watch the space for what exactly Iran decides to do and what their next action is. Finally Mary Louise We. We spoke with you a day ago. What has changed in the last twenty four hours as both the United States and Iran worry about the possibility of war? Well I'll speak to just what it feels like here It's it's a normal day yesterday. Most people were off work because they wanted to observe here in Tehran The procession of Sulamani Casket through the streets and the funeral services were held at Tehran University and many many hundreds of thousands perhaps more than a million people turned out for that so that was a very different feeling today. You see people out buying bread going to work. You asked me yesterday. Does this feel oh like a country on war footing and the answer is yes and no people are out taking their kids to school. I saw somebody walking his dog down the street this morning. Life continues as you would imagine. And yet he's walking his dog. Underneath this huge billboard showing Sulamani portrait and is describing Sulamani as a martyr and saying retaliation is coming. So that's what it feels like to be in Toronto right now that's NPR's Mary. Louise Kelley joining us from Tehran. Mary Louise thanks so

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Iran considers options for retribution over Soleimani killing

Here & Now

02:49 min | 7 months ago

Iran considers options for retribution over Soleimani killing

"And will start the hour again in Iran where a stampede during a funeral procession for general Qassem Soleimani left dozens of mourners debt secretary of state Mike Pompeii reiterated today that the US will abide by the laws of war if it retaliates to any retaliation by Iran he was asked about president trump's threats to attack running cultural sites Louise Kelly is in the Iranian capital Tehran and joins us now once again Mary Louise let's start with the stampede what more can you tell us about that yeah it's an awful events and what we have a report from Iranian news agencies of does several dozen people it sounds like who were killed in a stampede this was in the city of Kerr mine which is a big city in southeastern around about five hundred miles from the capital Tehran where I'm speaking to you from and it's is the hometown of Qassem Soleimani so the body has been making its way through cities in Iraq and now Iran these last several days this was to be the last recession where mourners could come out and mourn him and then he was to be buried today obviously events got out of control there you sat down today with the Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif let's listen to a little bit of what he said to you this was an act of aggression an armed attack him albeit a cow would be armed attack against an Iranian official in foreign territory it's a must for war and we will respond according to our own timing and choice it amounts to warn will respond according to our own timing in choice what did he tell you about the options Iran is considering for response to the killing of so the money well that was exactly the question I was trying to pin him down on as you can imagine and you will be stunned to hear he did not telegraph to me exactly what a brunch next move will be he was very clear issue got a sense from there that there will be retaliation there will be revenge he spoke about how people's feelings here or hurt and the outrage here and you could hear it so the money was was a close personal friend of his and you could hear that the determination that this country will act what exactly they will do when exactly they will do it he wouldn't go there he said they will respond at a time and place of their choosing I will say I we heard from from a different top official here today is a man named Ali Shamkhani he's the top official on a Ron's answer to the national security their their National Security Council and according to Iranian media she has said they are considering thirteen specific options for retaliation which means journalists are now scrambling to try to figure out what those thirteen

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US forces on high alert for possible Iranian drone attacks, and intelligence shows Iran moving military equipment

Glenn Beck

01:17 min | 7 months ago

US forces on high alert for possible Iranian drone attacks, and intelligence shows Iran moving military equipment

"Into ram thirty five people are dead according to C. N. N. from a stampede in crowds gathered to honor the passing of general Qasim so low money a rand Supreme leaders are vowing retaliation and death for Americans following the drone strike that killed so the money Iran's foreign minister you speaking much more diplomatically Iran's foreign minister Javad Zarif in an interview with CNN not talking all that tough about the United States their days in our region our number not because it anyway you take any action against them because they are not welcome all three have to point to is the Iraqi parliament's vote to tell American and coalition forces to leave Iraq it's no secret Iran would like that as it is gained influence over its neighbor politically but the killing of Qasim's only money threatens to push Iraq but the civil war like sectarian fighting which the U. S. help quell after Saddam Hussein was overthrown at a cost of more than four thousand American lives but Constantini the White House U. S. forces in the Middle East are on high alert US forces including patriot missile batteries which can shoot down these drones were on the highest state of readiness throughout the night that they had warning to be extra vigilant extra watch full the window could in fact still be open for these kinds of potential

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Iran's foreign minister says US declines to issue him a visa to attend UN meetings in New York amid tensions

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 7 months ago

Iran's foreign minister says US declines to issue him a visa to attend UN meetings in New York amid tensions

"Update the funeral procession for Iran's top military general turned into a stampede leaving thirty two people dead and one hundred ninety injured now because Sam Sello monies burial has been postponed Iran is threatening to avenge his death by setting fire to places where Americans and their allies live Iran's foreign minister Javad Zarif tells CBS news he's not surprised he's been denied a visa to travel to New York for meetings at the U. N. regime that has no respect for international law that speed commits acts of war crimes I don't expect them to remain committed to anything US embassies are warning Americans about potential attacks across the Middle East defense secretary mark asper says US troops will remain in place there is no decision to leave nor to re issue any plans to leave are prepared to leave we are committed to the D. I. suspicion in a rock along side our allies

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Trump Administration Denies Iran Foreign Minister Visa to Attend U.N. Meeting Amid Rising Tensions

BBC World Service

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

Trump Administration Denies Iran Foreign Minister Visa to Attend U.N. Meeting Amid Rising Tensions

"The trump administration has denied Iran's foreign minister a visa to visit the United Nations in New York later this week the minister Javad Zarif had been expected to speak to the security council about the US assassination of one of Iran's most powerful leaders general Qassem Soleimani Steve Jackson has this report foreign policy magazine says around requested of these are a few weeks ago for Mr reeve to travel to the year and this Thursday but is received no response it says Washington is now inform the UN secretary general the mist as a reform not be allowed into the US if confirmed the move would appear to breach an agreement reached in nineteen forty seven to guarantee foreign officials access to the U. N.'s headquarters in New York Washington is often waited until the last minute to ground visas to its adversaries but the recriminations over the killing of general Soleimani make this a highly charged case there's been no official comment yet from the

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"javad zarif" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

03:05 min | 11 months ago

"javad zarif" Discussed on Amanpour

"Thank you so much so clearly the price of not swerving his unsustainably. It'd be high. Join me later this week. When I speak to someone who's pioneered action on climate change for decades and that is former Vice President Al Gore as people around the world oil dries up for Change. He told me that some of the reasons he's hopeful for the future and why president trump's vocal anti climate policy stands. Maybe encouraging urging the uprising. We're seeing today well. We're president trump is concerned in in in some ways having him serve as the the face of climate denial has had an interesting affect in stimulating this uprising at the grassroots level. We saw the children marching around the world on Friday. We we've seen an explosion of activity in every country and here in the US. There's an old rule in physics for every action. There's an equal and opposite reaction that the current activism we're seeing on the on the streets paradox also almost like a backlash slash to the denial th- hardly that's true I remember decades ago when Ronald Reagan as a candidate inspired fears of a renewed arms nuclear clear arms race and all of a sudden the nuclear freeze movement sprang up and it changed the political tone. I think we're seeing something like that again but it's going to have ask to be a set of solutions brought from the people at the grassroots level and I I think we're beginning to see what do you identify as the hopeful things they'd be on what we just talked about well first of all it's true that some people go straight from denial to despair without pausing on the intermediate step of actually addressing the crisis that's right and despairs them just another form of denial and there there are reasons for for significant hope when you look at the two largest sectors of the economy economy producing all this global warming pollution the pre production of electricity and transportation cars and trucks in both of those sectors the cost reduction of the a new technologies electric vehicles solar and wind and battery storage coming down and cost so rapidly give you a quick example five five years ago on the eve of the Paris summit on climate solar and wind was cheaper cheaper form of electronically than new fossil in one percent of the world today five years later. It's the cheapest in two thirds of the world for new electricity five years from now. It's going going to be cheaper everywhere so reason to hope and you can see more of my interview with Al Gore later in the week. We'll be digging into the details around around the climate crisis and the former vice president does give me his take on president trump allegedly asking the Ukrainian president to investigate Joe Biden's son but that's it for now. Remember you can listen to our podcast see US online at Amanpour Dot Com and follow me on instagram twitter. Thanks for watching and goodbye from Neil cool..

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"javad zarif" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

06:48 min | 11 months ago

"javad zarif" Discussed on Amanpour

"Years. They've made a lot of gains to create this Iranian Chris Iranian crescent of power and so we are working very closely with the Saudis the morality's Bahrain number of Israel and number of countries who are on the frontlines of Iranian aggression so that we can make them stronger and try to help restore deterrence in the Middle East. Many people have pointed out that they were surprised that given the threat that you talk about an America's promises that you talk about the Saudis would clearly evidently left without the kind of defenses that they needed to deter that kind of attack that they received on their oil facilities so they're also concerned. The president trump did not cross that red line that he himself talked talked about in June during the TANKA frigate attacks away he said he called back and a military intervention at the very last minute so there there seems to be some mixed messages all around and so I wanna ask you about diplomacy because they form a commander in the region has said that there is a way back to peace and security and that is by reentering the deal. That's currently on the table and that is the Iran nuclear agreement before I get your answer on that. I WANNA play this bite from your boss over the weekend in the region secretary of State Pompeo like a peaceful resolution. D- I think we've demonstrated that taking down an American can you. AP's conducted the largest attack on a Globes energy in awfully longtime and we are still striving to build a coalition. I was here and active diplomacy while the foreign minister of Iran is threatening all out war to fight to the last American We're here to build a a coalition aimed at achieving peace and a peaceful resolution of this. That's my mission set. President trump certainly wants me to work to achieve and I hope that the Islamic the Republic of Iran sees it the same way so that's from the secretary of state about trying to enact diplomacy you heard the foreign minister of your on tell tell me that they want a diplomatic resolution and they are prepared to offer more in terms of the Iran nuclear deal as you saw enshrining Faatoia of the supreme leader bringing bringing the intrusive inspections of the additional protocol up by several years and they've even talked about potentially possibly some kind of meeting between the president and President Roh Hani. Are Any of those you know a go as far as the United States is concerned right now while the president he's been saying this for some time now that he is more than happy to meet with President Ruhani because we would like to resolve our differences diplomatically. The Iranians have consistently rejected that offer they've it's not just to the United States keep in mind. Prime Minister Abe was the first Japanese prime minister to fly to Iran in this in this Islamic republic and while he was there. I- Attila Khameini rejected his diplomacy and then bond a Japanese oil tanker while he was still in Iran they've also reject the diplomacy of the French and so this is becoming very troubling pattern of behavior for the regime but it's consistent with how they behaved over many decades we do know that Iran on never changes or moderates SP- behavior unless you have economic pressure diplomatic isolation or the threat of military force that is something which if anybody who studies the last forty years but Iranian behavior you need one or more of those three things we have kept our diplomacy squarely within sort of the diplomatic track act the economic pressure piece but Iran is going outside of it so we would very much welcome an entirely different approach that Iran has been showing for some time now how foreign ministers Arief is a very good job of misrepresenting the true nature of the Iranian regime they are very committed to their campaign of exporting violence and exporting revolution undermining the sovereignty of other countries so we continue to leave the door open for diplomacy and in the meantime meantime our campaign of economic pressure will continue. I'm Brian Luke. Finally there is a big big story in the New York Times saying that to try to retaliate Alliot in some meaningful way the United States is upping it cyber warfare against Iran and it has plans to attack via cyber I will can you confirm that and are you worried that that will launch a counter attack through cyber. Iran's security concerns are entirely self-generated. They have a very well known cyber capability. David Sanger has written about this from the New York Times and they use it offensively. It certainly is an intended for its defensive capabilities. we very much have condemned the kind of cyberattacks that Iran has waged over many years we don't preview any of our a decision making or discuss our deliberative process on this we are committed to reversing. Iran's power projection and to get them back to their own borders and to start behaving more like a normal nation less like a revolutionary cause and it's going to be important that we get a number of countries to join us. I would just point out that FICA played important role in opening up soccer stadiums to Iranian women by pressuring Iran after the tragic story of the woman who was denied she was arrested and sentenced to jail for attending a soccer game fief stood up to Iran and they pressured them now. The regime is starting to let women attend some of these soccer games. We'll see if they follow through on it but this is the kind of it's a very good example of how the international community should be following sort of the same process that it has indeed that was my last question to the foreign minister very interesting that you mention that Brian Hook thank you so much thank you Jonah and we'll see see where these hardening positions lead now as we mentioned earlier in the program this week and indeed this generation's big story is the global climate crisis often after mass protests around the world on Friday with more planned dozens of world leaders have descended on the United Nations here for the Climate Action Summit that kicks off the UN General Assembly. Tomorrow Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez warned heads of state that they shouldn't bring beautiful speeches but concrete plans of action. These is not the climate talks summit. We have had enough talk. This is not a climate negotiating some because we don't negotiate with nature these the climate action summits from the beginning.

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"javad zarif" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

09:06 min | 11 months ago

"javad zarif" Discussed on Amanpour

"Now so much state for Iran but also for Washington changing much is at stake. It's hard line. Policy on Iran is credibility as a defender of its allies an interest in the Persian Gulf and president trump's instinctive reluctance reluctance to start another war in the Middle East. I've been discussing all of that in an exclusive interview with Brian. Hook the US special representative for Iran Brian Hook. Welcome to the program for me on. I think I'm probably not wrong in saying that Iran Saudi basic the Iran issue is going to be front and center at the UN General Assembly Orrin meetings between world leaders this week. What do you expect to come out of these meetings. What is the US and game for this week. At least we think it's important that the international community defend international norms like protecting acting sovereignty and freedom of navigation we think that the world needs to diplomatically isolate Iran for violating Saudi sovereignty for or repeated attacks on freedom of navigation. There's an important role for the UN Security Council to play an important role for the European Union. I met this morning with European. Union diplomats mats and called on the EU to match our sanctions on Iran's missile program so that we can help restore deterrence in the Middle East. Are you also trying to take this this moment to say to the Europeans. Will there you all we told you so. Our policy of maximum pressure is the correct one you like it. You blame us for this. this escalation by pulling out of the way the new nuclear deal are you saying now you gotta come onto our side not just missiles but on sanctions as well well. You have very good question. one year ago I was here in New York for the General Assembly. I met with European diplomats and I said that we are accumulating risk of a regional war for if we don't get serious about deterring Iranian aggression and I think the facts have borne that out we have put in place a policy of economic economic pressure and diplomatic isolation because we have to deny revenue the world's leading sponsor of terrorism There's this is a clear violation of so many of the international norms that countries around the world claim to defend Iran crossed the line in its attack on Saudi Arabia. There've there have been over forty attacks since May alone. threatening freedom of navigation terrorism failed attempts maligned behavior. It's important important that the world hold Iran accountable so Mr who can you tell us what exactly is the forensic proof evidence that you have because obviously you all believe Iran did it. Iran denies it but there surely has to be a bar right and level of proof before you engage at the very most in military autry intervention well even John. Kerry said that Iran was behind these attacks the UK foreign minister said Iran is behind the attacks. Saudi Arabia has said it's other countries will be proof well. The proof is evidence well yes. The evidence is already been released. These these missiles came from the north. If you look at the satellite right imagery of what we released it's very clear that these drone attacks in the missile attacks came from the north the WHO claim that they did the attack. It's impossible for missiles to be launched from Yemen and to hit from the north and Iraq has already said the Iraqi government is that made very clear that at the attacks did not originate in Iraq the missiles that were used in the attack would not have sufficient range to hit uptake in Saudi Arabia if they were launched from Yemen and we will be declassifying more intelligence but anybody who has seen the intelligence reaches the very quick conclusion that Iran is behind. I'm your tax well. That's what I was trying to get you because you talk about satellites that are being released as you very well know those commercials satellites pretty available to those who are inclined signed to download those or look at them and as you know much of this is in the context of the fake evidence in the occasion of the war in Iraq so so. Are you saying that a miniature intervention in Iran. Some kind of response would rest on what's already out there that you claim or further direct act proof. I think you're getting well ahead of our process. What we're trying to do is establish. The facts the United Nations team is in Saudi Arabia. There are also some European teams in Saudi Arabia looking at the site doing site exploitation looking at the missiles looking at the drones and this is going going to be released in due course but the missiles that were used in the drones aren't even in the inventory he's a Ronnie and weapons they were launched launched from the north and they weren't launched from Iraq and so even the satellite imagery that you speak of if you look at the spheroid that were attacked on the oil facility. All of the burn marks. You're from the north so we know the attacks came from the north and they didn't come from Iraq. The certainly wasn't an attack that was committed by anybody else except Iran okay so let's talk about possible reaction or retaliation or defensive your allies in the Middle East so as you know Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has given a number of interviews views in which he has said any attack on Iran would be leading to all out war. He also said to me. You've you've seen the interview that the United States rates might start a war but it would not end a war. Give me your response to those statements from farm ministers Ariff. I think Iran Iran has a demonstrated forty year history of creating conflicts and then pretending to be the peacemaker and that's happening here again. As I said earlier there have been over forty attacks reported by the media since May we're aware of another forty including failed attempts so Iran has been in a steady state of escalating relating tensions through military aggression. The United States has asked Iran to meet diplomacy with diplomacy they have met diplomacy with military force in Iran is rejected diplomacy too many times we have made it clear over the last two and a half years that we want to resolve issues with Iran diplomatically the Iranian regime has consistently said that they're not interested in that and so they continue to conduct attacks around the Middle East and in Europe and it is important that we not let Iran get away with it again. We do believe they have crossed the line with these Saudi attacks and we need to defend the international the principles of sovereignty and freedom of navigation and a range of other challenges so that we can promote peace and stability in the Middle East okay. I JUST WANNA goes through point by point then does play this bit of a sound bite from president trump. It was this weekend and this was about the military option. We are by far the strongest military in the world going into Iran would be a very easy decision as I said before be very easy the easiest thing most people thought I would go in within two seconds but plenty of time plenty of time. I think I'm showing great restraint right so there are a few things contain their great restraint and very easy I mean I don't think anybody really thinks that it'd be very easy to start a war and the president seems reluctant but I want you to address what I've been told by officials in the region specifically that they are telling the United States very clearly that they don't want the US is to start another war in the Middle East both Saudi officials and they're on record and also UAE officials who are right there where they could receive response wants retaliation from Iran. Are you saying that your allies in the region want you to defend them militarily. He has another way I think the United States has had plenty of conflict in the Middle East we are not looking for conflict or any military dimensions in early. May Our intelligence community was receiving multiple threat streams that Iran was plotting imminent attacks against American interests in multiple theaters. We enhanced our force posture in the region and we have helped to deter and disrupt many of the tax that we feared we're going to be happening in May so we have put in place a much stronger presence in the region to defend ourselves. If Iran decides to make good on its threats to attack America or its interests I would take you back to the president's first trip as president overseas to Saudi Arabia where they were over fifty five Arab and Muslim nations that gathered there and the president said that it is important that we improve the competencies and the capabilities of our regional partners to be a counterweight to Iran Iran has been running an expansionist foreign policy for many decades and over the last ten.

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"javad zarif" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

09:28 min | 11 months ago

"javad zarif" Discussed on Amanpour

"Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. He floated this notion back then that it wasn't an order from the government. This was a commander who shot down the drone. He was trying to say that this. This was a stupid act. I'm not going to respond to it because I bet it wasn't the government's intention. Was it the government's intention to shoot down that drone the government does not take a the decision on a case by case basis because you don't have time to make a decision you need to have a general order to the military person should sitting in front of a missile system or behind the missile system depending on how you want to shoot it through the computer or through the person listen to call somebody and then they call somebody but this is Eric Ooh. This is a maximum pressure. You think a commander has his own authority. Commander Commander has his own authority to shoot down an invading even if it's American even if it's even even if it's a medic because anybody who violates our airspace are subjected to being taken down we sent two or three warnings to that so to that drone once it didn't heed the warnings it was shot down back to the Saudi oilfields. Are you surprised that such a important piece of infrastructure such a massive piece of the global oil economic puzzle seem to have been left without any defenses. I'm not surprised because because I do not believe that military capability alone can prevent disast that is what we've been trying to tell the Saudis that they cannot authorize security by purchasing more and more weapons. It's a much easier wrote if they simply start talking to their neighbors. Stop bombing the the Yemenis out of existence. We believe we need to start working together for peace for confidence building for de-escalation for exchanges and even for a non-aggression pack. Are you extending sending a new olive branch. The branch has always been on the table but we'd show and get yet. We also hear from your commanders. Military commanders shortly to to begin naval exercises joint exercises between Iran Russia and China in the North Arabian Sea in that in that very critical area very close to the the Straits of hormones and the Persian Gulf. Yes that's not a hostile act against any country. It's the first time the first time that we are conducting a joint military taste but it is not like building a coalition for war it simply engaging in a frenzy the action to our closest partners and actually additionally. It seems that you were prepared. According to what's being written in the New Yorker quoting you that you are prepared head to offer some more detail about the existing Iran nuclear deal for instance the Iranian parliament would enshrine the idea of the supreme faatoia against against nuclear weapons enshrined in law that you would agree to sign onto the additional protocol which is the most intrusive inspections several years earlier than stated is that correct had you had that yes we did offer that and that offer is still on the table provided that the United States would also do what they're supposed to do in twenty twenty three now oh and that is to lift the sanctions through Congress. We are prepared. If president trump is serious about permanent for permanent permanent peaceful peaceful nuclear program Iran and permanent monitoring of Iranian nuclear facilities as you said through the most intrusive I sa inspection mechanism that exists in return for what he has said he's prepared to do and that is to Congress and have this ratified which would mean in Congress lifting the sanctions any chance that presidents Rohani and trump could meet at this general semi president trump has has been tweeting. He sent out another tweet saying. I have no plans but you know nothing's ever off the table but maybe but maybe not are you saying that President Rohani in this heightened atmosphere of tension would still will be willing here at the General Assembly to meet with President Trump provided that president trump is ready to do what's necessary. Analysts say that what's going on now is Iran sending a message to the United States. Take US seriously I spoke to many analysts who believed that under this policy the of maximum pressure Iran would keep moving making it more painful showing that they had the ability to affect the global economy in order to be taken seriously seriously. Are you being taken seriously. Do you think students country an old country and we will be taken serious and some hardliners hardliners in Iran describe president trump more as a paper tiger or in the words of one of your senior analysts there. He's not allying. He's a rabbit. I wouldn't wouldn't describe a for leader as something like that and one final question because it does go to the heart of maybe what's happening now. It seems from the outside that there's yet another realignment between so-called hardliners and moderates. You'll government is known as the government of moderates who want to make deals that go to the security in an economic health of of your country. Many people have been very upset about the self immolation of the so-called Blue Lady the young girl who went to a football match and then was threatened with arrest and trial and conviction and sentencing and she poured oil over herself gasoline and burnt herself to death. What can you say about the internal dynamic inside Iran right now. What did you say about that goes dead. It was an agonizing zest and everybody no matter their political persuasion is Saudi about that. Everybody including people believed that it it was a misunderstanding that she was told or she understood something that was not the decision of the court but there is willing to be an investigation by the head of the judiciary the president has ordered the Minister of sports and youth to open football stadiums these because ladies already participated in volleyball games ca spectators and today in the capital Derby. It was announced that next I they would be into soccer stadiums for the soccer stadium. 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"javad zarif" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:39 min | 11 months ago

"javad zarif" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Aren't doing enough Antonio Guterres sees the UN secretary general he said don't come with beautiful speeches of platitudes we need concrete plans and indeed the United Nations has made it a precondition of being able to speak at this summit the you've had to deal. liver a plan ahead of time that is credible an aggressive. Iran says president Hassan Rouhani will present a new security plan for the Gulf when he speaks at the United Nations this week the foreign minister Javad Zarif said it would be a coalition for hope instead of a coalition for war a reference to US plans for joint patrols to protect shipping leads to serve has more in this report from New York this is a reef called it a serious proposal from Iran's highest political authority at the biggest global forum he said all countries in the region who depended on these vital shipping lanes of the strait of hormones will be asked to join as well as the five permanent members of the UN security council in and security in the strategic waterways is an urgent issue but Iran's arch rivals including Saudi Arabia are certain to see Ron is the problem not the solution please do center of after port for this is the world news from the BBC. the democratic speaker of the US house of representatives has warned of the trump administration about withholding information concerning the president's controversial phone conversation with his Ukrainian counterpart Nancy Pelosi said that if it persisted and blocking the whistle blower from disclosing to Congress as soon as possible breach of constitutional duties by the president they would be entering a grave new chapter of lawlessness president trump and the visiting Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's of further cemented their personal time he's at a rally in the city of Houston attended by an estimated fifty thousand Indian Americans they heaved praise on each although with Mr mode recording Mr trump a great American president. European carmakers are warning that the industry faces the seismic shock wave costing billions of dollars and threats to millions of jobs in Britain leaves the E. U. without to defeat at the end of next month the European call industry relies on integrated zero tolerance supply chains. adult British dollar comedy flea bag has been the surprise winner at the Emmy television awards ceremony in Los Angeles with full prizes in several categories as Peter viles reports lay back.

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"javad zarif" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"javad zarif" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Unmanned aircraft was downed by electronic jamming from Washington Lim boon has more details Donald Trump called it a defensive action against an Iranian drone that it got very close to the USS boxer in the strait of full movies of two calls for it to pull back were ignored the Pentagon insisted this was not a **** for tat operation after the shooting down a few weeks ago the US surveillance drone by Ron curiously while this does will come at a time of great tension between the two nations the Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif is currently visiting New York told reporters that Tehran had no knowledge of having lost a drone police in Japan are investigating why a forty one year old man said fine tune animation production company studios killing thirty three people Japanese media say he believe the cancer animation company had plagiarized his works the company's presence at the firm had received threats by email the US one if a graph manufacturer Boeing is say second quarter profits we hate twenty four point nine billion dollar charge related to the grounding of its seven three seven Max plane of the suit deadly crashes show flurry reports from New York this is Boeing's first detailed attempt to put some figures on how much the seven three seven Max crushes of damaged its business on top of the four point nine billion dollars it now says it will spend compensating customers it's also a warning that because it's now making seven three seven Max jets at a slower rate the cost of making the planes is going up and in turn will make the seven three seven Max less profitable in the future thirteen police officers in the US city of Philadelphia to be sags religiously making racist or offensive posts on Facebook the sixty other offices face lesser punishments Philadelphia's police commissioner Richard Ross said those facing dismissal had advocated violence that many of the posts violated basic human decency he said some of being anti Islamic while others described African Americans thanks researchers in the United States say listening to relaxing music before an operation could be just as good at calming nerves as medication for the rocks the reports in the trial of one hundred and fifty patients Hoffer given noise canceling headphones and played a song specifically designed to reduce anxiety.

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"javad zarif" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"javad zarif" Discussed on PRI's The World

"So that he can be very proud to be black and two I want to see all of that in him. In. Schools. So pus Cal your partners. Mexican you've got a young son. Now, how how do you see your future with your new family in Mexico? Is it a story of permanence or is your story still unfolding? Juneau play studies. Port gain media blow the Heiki. Well, I can't answer that question. Because in my book, I say, I'm a citizen of the world. I believe it's the same for everyone in this world people need to go wherever things will be better for them. If I believe the future of my son's education is a short here in Mexico in I can achieve my best year. Then yes, maybe I'll stay. But since I'm someone who likes to travel, of course, I hope to travel a lot too. What don't you? Pasqual who standard we saw speaking there with the world's Marco werman, by the way, his book about his journey from Haiti Tijuana is called sobre Vienna's, which means survivors. I'm Carol hills for Muslim women who wear had jobs getting their hair done is hard. What do you do? Now when you get your haircut by myself. No one stays. I really take it up on the we visit a specialized Salaam ahead on the world. I'm Carol hills. This is the world where co production of the BBC World Service PRI and W H in Boston. Iran's foreign minister Javad Zarif did something unexpected yesterday. He resigned on Instagram three has been considered one of the more. Moderate members of the Iranian government. He's a US educated diplomat who negotiated the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and world powers, including the US. But as foreign minister, he also justified the imprisonment on Jason resign. The Washington Post journalist who was held by around for a year and a half. Jason what role did surf play in your imprisonment? Well, I think he played the cover, man. Zarif was the foreign minister, and as a near fluent English speaker. He would be the person most called on to give interviews. Mohammad Javad Zarif is here. He has been foreign minister of Iran since two thousand thirteen during my imprisonment. He was often asked about about my case, and how it was possible that a Washington Post journalist would be held in prison without charge without evidence for so long. And he did whatever he could to sow doubt about me. And why I was in prison at a time when I was defenseless voiceless had nobility to answer the accusations that were being made against me. We do not J people for the opinions people commit crimes. Who violate the laws of a country cannot tied mind being good, Jordan. What being a put it to go back to people have to observe them. He did very little to really address the concerns. Whether it was of my colleagues at the Washington Post, rather media outlets or members of the US government that he interface, and what were you told when you arrested? Why were you arrested? Well, I was told that I was the CIA station chief in Tehran, which obviously sounds as ridiculous to somebody being accused of that as it does me saying it on the radio for years later. And what was it like being in prison watching him? Give these explanations for why you were in prison well to see an Iranian official who knew very well that I hadn't done anything wrong who had published op-eds in my newspaper before I was arrested during my imprisonment and after my release to to see him saying that. There's more to this story than you know..

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"javad zarif" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"javad zarif" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Has an update on the news. Relatives of teenage boy killed in a drive-by shooting are pleading for witnesses to come forward to help. Catch the killer. David poblano was shot Friday night in front of his mother and girlfriend in Gardena friends say he played soccer and was an honor student Iran's Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif has resigned on Instagram and offered an apology to the nation for his shortcomings. The US pulled out of the nuclear deal is a wreath played a key role in negotiating. Cruiser breaking down the bleachers and removing decorations from the Hollywood and Highland center. Now that the Oscars are over and Hollywood Boulevard remains closed and is expected to be blocked between Highland and orange until Wednesday morning. Your forecast and some trouble in the one ten next. We received an Email from a listener. Dear John and Ken. Thank you for telling me that insurance rates are rising. I would not have noticed the frequent increases in my premiums. Had it not been for you guys. See how we help people out? Finally, somebody's listening. Here's your problem. Call DIS, and they can save me money. But I don't how to tell my insurance company that I'm leaving them. This is like Ann Landers or something. Can you help me? John and Ken. Yeah, we can help just say by Attias later at the road. Don't need you always smooth with that point. You're always blunt in in their face. But people are just stuck in routines. Just paying the bills. They're not thinking about how will their rates are going up. And now he doesn't even have the guts to say goodbye. All right. All right. Here's how you do. It. Explain that big insurance company the. We have one rate, and it's going up, and you say I found a s they shopped the rates of dozens of companies. So I got to choose the, right? I wanted to pay done AIDS insurance dot com. Call eight hundred seven seven seven four AS one eight hundred.

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"javad zarif" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"javad zarif" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Anguish then anger took center stage on Capitol Hill in emotional testimony, by cavenaugh accuser, Christine, Blasi Ford, and Brad Kavanagh himself or told her story of being attacked by cabin at a high school party thirty six years ago, and what she remembered most from that night. The appraise laughter between the two. They're having fun. At my expense. Foreign said she's one hundred percent certain cavenaugh assaulted her Cavanaugh said he was one hundred percent certain. He did not you may defeat me in the final vote. You'll never get me to quit. Never Thursday's drama led to a head spinning chain of events and left America split about who to believe the eleventh hour, call from Republican Jeff flake to have the FBI further investigate allegations against Kevin seems to cool tempers at first. Yeah. They have free rein to do whatever they have to do. But even the scope of that investigation has become controversial will tell you. Why CBS news is Scott Pelley spoke with flake and the democrat who helped prompt his decision Delaware's Chris coons for tonight's sixty minutes. We'll have a preview then we'll hear from two key senators won a supporter of Kavanagh, Arkansas, Republican Senator Tom cotton. Plus, Minnesota democratic Senator any closure plus a conversation with Iranian Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif and author Michael Lewis. His new book is the fifth risk all that along with. Plenty of political analysis is coming up now on face the nation. Good morning and welcome to face the nation. Republican leaders hope to move forward with votes in the Senate later this week on Brett Kavanagh's nomination as soon as the FBI concludes its investigation into current credible allegations against him we begin with a preview of tonight's sixty minutes. Scott Pelley, spoke to six members of the Senate Judiciary committee, including Republican Jeff flake and democrat. I'd like to ask both of you. What you made judge Kavanagh's very emotional response on Friday, and what it may. Or may not say about his judicial temperament does this man belong on the supreme court. Well, when he came walked out, and you could see him openness binder for his paper. Here. We knew that he was eager to testify and. I have to say that when I heard him. I heard someone who. I hope I would sound like if I had been unjustly accused and to see his family behind this, Chris, Ed and. It was it was anger. But but if I were unjustly accused that's how I would feel as well. And I as it went on I think his interaction with some of the members was a little too sharp. But the statement at the beginning, I thought was pretty raw. But but in keeping with someone who had been unjustly accused he he had exchanges with Senator Feinstein Senator closure with others that I thought went over line. He was clearly a belligerent aggressive angry. And I thought there was. A tough dynamic there. As I watched in part of me thought, this is a man who believes that. He did nothing wrong and he's completely unjustly accused. And he's being railroaded. And he's furious about it. There were some lines that he delivered that were sharper. More partisan more. This is the Clintons paying me back. This is a democratic smear campaign that I was surprised struck to hear from judicial nominee. Not at all surprised to hear that from other colleagues in the committee or on television. But I was really struck that I thought his anger got the best of him. And he made a partisan argument that would have been best left to be made for his advocates and defenders on the committee made you wonder about his suitability in my case. Yes, it made me wonder about his suitability to serve on the bench. But Senator flake you identified with it. You you understand? Talked about the mention of the Clintons. I didn't like either it seemed partisan, but boy had to put myself in that spot. You know, I think you give a little leeway there. Scott also spoke with two Republicans on the judiciary committee who are strong cavenaugh supporters, South Carolina's Lindsey Graham and Louisiana's John Kennedy could either of you change your minds, depending on what the FBI report comes with. Of course. Of course. Absolutely. I said I said going into the I've talked to judge Cavanaugh are called him up to this happened that alligator she's come out. So did you do it? He was resolute determined unequivocal, Senator Graham, could you change your mind? My mind's made up about Brett Kevin on it. Take dynamite accusation costs..

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"javad zarif" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"javad zarif" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"My friends so chef Francois in a radio in an interview with radio host Hugh Hewitt, actually admitted according to him that as a private citizen, he has met with Iran's foreign minister Javad Zarif. And that in fact, he has done so three or. Or four times flying to Tehran or in European capitals meeting the Iranian Foreign Minister behind Trump's back to conduct what he says is shadow or rogue diplomacy. And according to what he told Hugh Hewitt. In fact, he's open about it. I mean, I can't believe how dumb this guy is. He's actually open about quote. Here's what he said. I think I've seen him three or four times. Saying he's been conducting sensitive diplomacy. He said, no Trump did not authorize this nobody did ministration authorize this. And he said that in fact in these meetings with the Iranian Foreign Minister, he admits that he has been criticizing President Trump criticizing his administration's policies and criticizing what they have done regarding Iran, especially repealing the disastrous Iran deal. And moreover, he said on all I met him. I met him in Norway. I met him in Munich. I met him in Tehran. And. He goes. And here's what Kerry said now, he's claiming that he was trying to be tough on the Iranians, quote what I have done is try to elicit from him. Zarif what? Iran might be willing to do to change the dynamic of the Middle East for the better Jean-Francois said how does one resolve Yemen? What do you do to try and get peace in Syria. Those are the things that really are Pugh preoccupying him because those are the impediments to Iran's ability to convince people it's ready to embrace something different. Now. First of all, I'm sorry. But just to show you what an imbecile John Carey is. You don't think they know that? You don't think that the Iranians Knoller being condemned internationally for their support of the rebels in Yemen or further missile program or for their support of Hezbollah or for their support of terrorists all over the Middle East. Like, you don't think they know that? But anyway, let that go. He then goes on to say that the United States has a very bad record when it comes to regime change. And he says that what the administration is now trying to do quote is that it is hell bent to pursue a regime change strategy in Iran that would bring the economy down and try to isolate it further. He's defending the mullah's. He's actually saying, no, no, no, no. We don't want the Iranian Mola's to collapse. We don't want the regime to be overthrown by the people of Iran. No, no, no, no. We got a prop him up. Then he went on Dana Perino show on Fox News. And he doubled down on white was necessary for him to engage in this kind of shadow rogue diplomacy. Roll cut fifteen Britney. The the Trump administration would be frustrated to learn that former secretary of state or former official Bob administration art advising the Iranians the Europeans on this. Even if it's contrary let me be crystal clear when I met with the Iranians the policy of the United States was still to be in the Iran deal because president decided not pulled out. Secondly, every secretary of state former secretary of state continues to meet with foreign leaders goes to curate security conferences goes around the world, we all do that. And we have conversations with people about the state of affairs in the world in order to. Stand them. We don't negotiate. We're not involved in interfering with policy, but we certainly have reasonable discussions about nuclear weapons the world, right? And you have different policies. Obviously. Incredible. I mean, this to me is incredible. First of all, he's lying like he's always lied throughout his entire career. You met with Zarif. And you lobbied him you lobbied him to not overreact to Trump we sending or rolling back the Iran nuclear deal. And you know, why because he was telling Zarif how bad the Trump administration is. And he was telling sheriff that don't worry about it. The deep state is gonna take this guy down. Don't worry about it. We're gonna get the Iran nuclear deal back the deal that you guys want. We're going to get it back. Don't worry about it because he's going to get impeached. We've got midterm elections coming up don't worry about it. There's going to be committee after committee wants the house goes democratic the Democrats are going to set up one investigative committee after another and they're going to investigate this president. They're going to investigate his business dealings. They're going to investigate his foundation. They're going to investigate his family. They're going to investigate everybody. And so either he's going to get impeached, or we're going to bleed them and bleed them and bleed them. And eventually we're going to push him out of office. So javard hang on hang in there. Javard? Take it easy. Jehad don't overreact Javad because we're gonna push Trump out. That's exactly what he was telling him, and he's now acting essentially as a consultant to the Mola's. And what's amazing is this is what I find incredible. He is calling for regime change here at home. He wants Trump impeached and removed, but he doesn't want regime change in Iran. In fact, he's openly sang whatever you do don't push for regime change, you are now schilling for the Mola's, and I want you to think about this. This is not just a dictatorship. This is not just some kind of an authoritarian regime. This is America's greatest enemy. Forget russia. Forget all the BS about Russia. They are the largest greatest sponsor of terrorism in the world. They support HAMAs. They support has Balaa they're even allied with Al Qaeda and ISIS in places like Libya. Any rock they deliberately backed funded and armed and they sent in their militias to kill American soldiers. They have American blood on their hands. This is a regime that has killed Americans openly. And you're defending them. The Islamic Nazis of our time. You're saying we can't topple their regime, and you're openly colluding with them against the policies of the president of the United States. Now, if you remember, and this is now where I think Trump really has to do some jujitsu on these guys. What did they say about Michael Flynn? The Logan act. What did the liberals and the Democrats and the media, do you? Remember that the Logan the Logan act even though it has hardly ever been used. It has never been successfully prosecuted nano nano the fact that Michael Flynn met with the ambbassador of Russia while he was still a private citizen. He wasn't technically the national security adviser dot violated the Logan act that was a private citizen conducting diplomacy on behalf of the government or trying to influence policy abroad, which is illegal according to the Logan act. If I'm the president of the United States use the Logan act and go after Jean Francois he committed treason. He's no longer. John francis. Kerry, he's John Benedict, Arnold Kerry. Agree disagree. Your calls next. Tally car. He doesn't know the little note that the Hooker had written to her.

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"javad zarif" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"javad zarif" Discussed on WJR 760

"Meanwhile I was reading, last night there bought from a historical standpoint A sitting president. To, revoke a security clearance from a previous administration is somewhat unprecedented Yes I've I've never actually heard it being done unless unless some one of course is accused of some kind of wrong doing and misusing the classified information at the Brennan and Clapper and probably Susan Rice as well have never particularly being accused of divulging secrets that they. Had you, know they've had privy to under the previous, administrations but the the notion that they are using that security clearance that they have to make money is at least the reasoning behind this potential White House move and and we should point out it has not been done just. Yet Meanwhile twenty four hours ago by we were discussing the all caps tweet President Trump by now everyone knows what the content was well meanwhile and update to that Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif tweeted last night Colorado's unimpressed In all caps to how, about that You know Steve we've we've been down this kind of road before with North Korea As we probably discussed yesterday that the the president will try to make a strong statement and give. The impression that he in. The United States are not. Going to be pushed around there's no question about that and this comes after Ruhani the president of, Iran had said of a war with Iran would be the mother of all wars the president, and the administration putting trying to put the squeeze as much as possible on Iran looking to maybe the get their oil export business down to, as little as possible after taking the United States out of the Iran nuclear agreement and perhaps trying, to win more concessions are complete. Denuclearisation or, whatever you wanna call it with Iran and you know what we heard of course with North. Korea last, year, turned into us going to Singapore for a summit with Kim Jong And the president however whether or not this is the attempt is to try to get the, Iran back to the bargaining table. Is a, key question because the other allies by the way who are involved in the Iran nuclear agreement Ha have. Indicated that they're still going to abide by it right now all right Bob as always a candid. Conversation always appreciated, my take care thank you all right that is correspondent, Bob Costantini in Washington.

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"javad zarif" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"javad zarif" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Iranian foreign minister javad zarif the iranian foreign minister this according to kevin mccarthy discussing whether or not iran has to adhere to the nuclear agreement and one of the things that is said here the foreign minister stated that a violation of the un resolution prohibiting the purchase of conventional arms and missiles is not a violation of the overall greenman meaning that iranians believe they could violate aspects of the agreement without penalty my way that's not the words of the you know the so much the the majority leader that they are of javad zarif he went on to say that iran could deny access to nuclear military sites under the deal if that's the case of access can be denied if they still think they could purchase arms and it's not a violation what's the purpose of the deal to begin with and if they're purchasing missiles which according to parts of the resolution they're not allowed to do it's eight years the missile ban is removed allowing ran to acquire missiles that yes could carry a nuclear payload let me ask you does any part of this deal sound good to you does any part of this deal sound like we've saved the world does any part of this deal keep iran from being a nuclear power does any part of this deal keep them from threatening the existence of other nations does any part of this deal keep them for funding terrorism the're lord why in the world would anyone anywhere at.

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"javad zarif" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"javad zarif" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Walk away so we don't know what's going to come of these meetings that'll historic but the fact that they are even taking place is a very good sign second big thing you need to know war of words again iran iran's foreign minister mohammad javad zarif is one in the trump administration that pulling out from the iran nuclear deal would undermine talks with north korea about proven that america reneges on its promises we've been down this road before folks the president has made it real clear that this is a lousy deal for the united states and i'm sure this is one of the hot topics that he talked about yesterday will president emmanuel macron of france and we don't know the exact outcome yet but in typical iranian fashion they are trying to threaten the united states by threatening this president well maybe they didn't get the memo that a new sheriff in town his name is donald j trump listen to how he responds to address threat to restart its nuclear program if the us ramps up sanctions next month and not going to be restarting anything they restarted they're gonna big problems bigger than they've ever had before you see i hate to say this because innocent people died syria didn't think that this president was serious and he was we don't have a president that's looking for war but we do have a president that is not going to tolerate threats to the united states or threats to our national security and the whole issue about it's going to damage relationships with north korea yeah intelligence sources are sure that north korea iran and probably syria have all been working together on getting newts getting a nuclear program pretty sure that they all trying to work hand in hand but the president has been real clear from the time he took office this is a bad iranian deal now here's what we don't know folks we don't know all the details and we don't know what the president's foul plan is he might have a plan he might have a plan b so as i have one people before don't assume a regulation or decision based upon a sound bite soundbites don't write legislation and soundbites certainly do not dictate diplomacy the big thing.

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"javad zarif" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"javad zarif" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Deal and may iran's foreign minister javad zarif says his country is ready no matter what decision president trump makes need to nation and international community everybody has advice the administration that this is not a by naturally came in between iran and the united states withdrawing from it would be seen by the international community as a an indication that the united states is not a reliable partner iran has many options and those options are not pleasant if the us pulls out of the nuclear deal iran continue to abide by its terms if the benefits of the forty on the start to diminish as no reason put it onto remaining because it's not acceptable for us to have a one sided agreement the us and his allies come to their own agreement on the sidelines to address some of the things that president trump is concerned about will you accept that because what is important is for europeans to bring the united states into compliance because it on has been in compliance with the as you've said the president in your view is unpredictable and unreliable are you saying no power north korea or anyone else will come to an agreement with america.

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"javad zarif" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"javad zarif" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Decertify and now he has his national security adviser john bolton the man who categorically has attacked the iranian deal and is indeed cold for very recently regime change in iran do the americans learned nothing will anyway let's talk about what mohammad javad zarif had to say on his arrival in in new york telling a rainy and tv that the will be unpleasant consequences if the us doesn't need withdrew after that's may the twelfth deadline what's he talking about willow that's interesting isn't it because this this is a foreign minister has always been a quite careful in his language as as contrast to some of the more extreme language that comes from the hardliners i think that it's a game now of of threat and counter threat the iranians i think are really concerned that trump is going to walk away you know when trump i came in they were much less concern and trump did sign the first waiver he made a lot of noise in january when he signed the second one a now of course at bolton in place they are very worried what those consequences could be i think it's hard to gauge i don't think that that he will want to to encourage any military action but that's a possibility props coming from the hardliners maybe seen as a signal to the hardliners that they might increase activity that threatens israel for example it is a dangerous situation that you know could pull larger powers into play it's one of those things isn't it we as you did quite rightly mentioned there was this expectation moon when donald trump took office had that it was all bluster when when it came to iran and now he's talking about is more so he's surrounded by you know increasing increasing number of hoax but when you know he does also he's also shown a pattern of kind of stick and then the carriage we're kind of bait and switch politics tool king big but then stepping back from the place at given the character of the people who are surrounding him right now do you think we could be looking at this one more time or is made the twelve something really to start.

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"javad zarif" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"javad zarif" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"His guest iran's minister of foreign affairs mohammad javad zarif and once again here's charlie rose tart for me because every time i every time anyone knows is that you are going to be here and i saw this with margaret brennan my colleague and cbs they bring up one case after another and the answer always is look of that's up to the judiciary not to the new government to humans judge quiz just at noon the uh the book it but but letters to make a competitors iraq under saddam hussein was not on the being criticized what its human rights violation onto the invaded kuwait other governments who the region neighborhood the ballot box never heard of a vote of no representatives women have heartbeat any it's a nobody complains that human rights that you know i mean if you will the us allies have any cookie they don't have any human rights the other any human rights sanctions against any allgood i'll up at about is that what they impose ended up windy you odds as you say with respect to saudi arabia they do raise the question very nicely but but but not to singer saudi individual is protected by the united states and i don't like them to be designated because i believe it too long policy i don't believe it's the right policy but would just compare not a single individual in saudi arabia will innocent human beings of beheaded has been on the human rights designation this in the united states death you a lot about these us concerns about the behaviour because bills concerning it's more a question of geopolitics is used only question of geopolitics because media thunder the shah i had to escape comfortably united states because of his initials with human rights but did the united states you do not let's assume that the united states should speak out against and you're correct ships but speak out against human rights violations not only in its with its allies but also within its own question country gator their those kinds everybody can improve human rights ought to be the guy in i mean who human rights human rights ought to be the guy is whipped regardless of whether they're north oh i agree i agree public human rights must be first and foremost concern of each individual country for their own citizens because.

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