All Nuke Inspectors Require Approval from Iran’s Intelligence Agency


Sayyed Abbas AraqchiSayyed Abbas Araqchi, Iran’s deputy foreign minister, declared on Monday that international nuclear inspectors would only be permitted into the country once they receive approval from Iran’s Intelligence Ministry.

Iran has already stated that no American inspector would be permitted into the country.

Meanwhile, Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Ron Dermer told MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” on Monday that the Iran nuclear agreement “is a tornado coming at us that’s going to knock out the whole village.” “People are asking, let’s have a talk about what we do after the tornado’s…gone through. We say, let’s stop the tornado from coming through.”

Host Joe Scarborough said those who support the deal will argue that a decision by Congress to reject it will only make Iran and Russia closer allies. Dermer responded: “You have the military commander of the Revolutionary Guard getting on a plane and going to Russia. You’re going to move them closer to Russia? They’re pretty close now.”

{Andy Newscenter}