Kerry: U.S. Sanctions Funds to Iran Could Go to Terrorists
Secretary of State John Kerry admits the $150 billion kickback the U.S. is giving Iran for nuclear sanctions relief will probably help fund terror groups.
In efforts to reduce Iran’s ability to nuke anyone, the United Nations Security Council (in no particular order: U.S., U.K., France, Russia, China, and in this case Germany) negotiated a deal called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. It entails a drastic reduction of nuclear assets on the part of Iran, in exchange for which they receive $150 billion in sanctions relief from the Obama administration. (For a normal human language breakdown of the nuclear deal, go here.)
Secretary of State John Kerry made a few comments at this week’s World Economic Forum about that money part of the agreement that have raised some not-so-mild concerns. Namely, that those very American dollars may be funding terrorism.
“I think that some of it will end up in the hands of the IRGC (Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps) or other entities, some of which are labeled
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