The Iran-US nuclear deal is a stab in the back for the Arabs

Several Arab countries, especially the Gulf countries close to the United States, revolted after the signing of the US-Iran nuclear agreement in 2015, for what was considered a stab in the back from a friend and ally who turned to the other on the side of the enemy.

As he entered the White House, US President Joe Biden quickly rescinded what his predecessor, Donald Trump, had done, and began preparing to return to the nuclear agreement with Iran, which was shaken and entrenched in a tough position after feeling weak. From the US administration and its need to return to the agreement, refusing to make any amendments or changes to it.


This agreement, if it is made without modification in line with the interests of friends, will mean another stab in the back of the Arab countries that suffer from the constant Iranian danger and communication, especially if the detained Iranian funds are released, which will be a major source for the extremist militias, starting with the popular mobilization in Iraq that threatens the Sunnis, the Gulf states and Syria, and the militias loyal to Tehran in Lebanon that will expand and control militarily this country that recently expelled its people from the election box.

The Arab peoples refuse to cooperate with Iran, which occupied Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Lebanon, and returning to the 2015 nuclear agreement without modification means working against the popular desire and giving Iran an opportunity to control those countries and tighten its grip on them and work to spread more to threaten the security of other countries, benefiting from the American decisions to supply Iranian coffers billions withheld.

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