THIS IS HOW IRAN RESPONDED ! Iran Launches a Missile, Testing Trump’s Vows of Travel Ban for Six Muslim Countries
Iran tested Ballistic missiles after Trump issued a ban for travelers from six Muslim countries. Iran also condemned Trump’s action in strongest possible words and warned that Iran will also take reciprocal action against all Americans coming to Iran. United States and Israel were quick to hold Iran responsible for violating UN resolution even though countless times Israel has violated UN resolutions. What has not been told is that the UN resolution only applies to missiles that have capability of carrying nuclear warheads. Any other missile test falls under the military exercise that any country is entitled to pursue to improve its defensive capabilities.
Iran has denied that its missiles can carry nuclear warheads, a view that has been supported by the International Atomic Energy Agency, which monitors the execution of the nuclear agreement.
THIS IS HOW DUBAI AND SAUDI ARABIA RESPONDED !
Dubai’s deputy chief of police and public security, Lieutenant General Dhahi Khalfan Tamim, has praised U.S. President Donald Trump’s recent decision to temporarily ban citizens from seven Muslim-majority states, saying in a series of tweets, it was a “preventive measure” to safeguard the country.
“Kudos to President Trump for his brave decisions… they (these people) can only be dealt with through preventive measures,” he said in an Arabic-language tweet dated January 29 on his official Twitter account. “Trump banned the citizens of countries in the embrace of Iran and prevented the Iranians from entering… sound decision,” he added in another tweet.
Saudi Arabia appears unperturbed by the furor over Donald Trump’s controversial ban on citizens from seven Muslim countries, as its oil minister hailed US President Donald Trump’s election victory as good for the oil industry.
Khalid al-Falih added that Saudi Arabia – the keeper of Islam’s holiest sites in Mecca and Medina – and the U.S. enjoyed a strong relationship covering shared common economic and geopolitical interests.
EMBOLDENED BY TRUMP’S VICTORY !
JERUSALEM — Emboldened by the Republican sweep of recent American elections, right-wing members of the Israeli government have called anew for the abandonment of a two-state solution to the conflict with the Palestinians.
“The combination of changes in the United States, in Europe and in the region provide Israel with a unique opportunity to reset and rethink everything,” Naftali Bennett, Israel’s education minister and the leader of the pro-settlement Jewish Home party, told a gathering of the Foreign Press Association in Jerusalem.
Mr. Bennett, who advocates annexing 60 percent of the occupied West Bank to Israel, exulted on the morning after Donald J. Trump’s victory: “The era of a Palestinian state is over.”