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Following the money: How much of Iran deal’s sanctions relief will fund terror?

Beyond the recently reached nuclear deal’s implications for Iran’s nuclear program itself, much of the fear about the agreement centers on how the substantial sanctions relief it provides to the Islamic Republic might open the floodgates to increased Iranian exporting of terrorism.

  • Brett_McS

    How much? We will find out soon.

  • ontario john

    The news is reporting that crowds in the main mosque in Iran yesterday spent most of their time chanting death to America. Yeah, Obama is a real success story.