Iran approves economic sanctions against the US for its support of terrorist acts in the Middle East.
A political expert says Iran is the first country to have imposed sanctions on the United States for sponsoring terrorism.
The US Congress’s latest anti-Iran embargos prompted a counter-measure by Iranian legislators. They overwhelmingly approved a motion denying visas to American military and intelligence forces as well as freezing their bank accounts. The Iranian parliamentarians also voted to increase spending on the national missile program as well as the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps’s defense mechanism. Press TV has asked Jim W. Dean, managing editor of the Veterans Today from Atlanta, and Michael Lane, founder of the American Institute for Foreign Policy from Washington, to give their thoughts on Iran’s response to American sanctions.
Jim Dean said the Islamic Republic of Iran is the first state, which has targeted the United States over its involvement in terrorist…
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