Last week marked the one-year anniversary of the Iran Nuclear Deal, and Obama persists in his fantasy, stating that the Iran Deal has succeeded in rolling back Iran’s nuclear program, avoiding further conflict and making us safer.

Meanwhile, Iran celebrated this one-year milestone by violating UN Resolution 2231, testing its fourth ballistic missile since the deal was signed.

Via Fox News.

Two days before the anniversary of the nuclear agreement between Iran and world powers, the Islamic Republic attempted to launch a new type of ballistic missile using North Korean technology, multiple intelligence officials tell Fox News.

The test, in violation of a UN resolution, failed shortly after liftoff when the missile exploded, sources said. The effort occurred on the evening of July 11-12 near the Iranian city of Saman, an hour west of Isfahan, where Iran has conducted similar ballistic missile tests in the past.

It would be at least the fourth time Iran has launched or attempted to launch a ballistic missile since the nuclear accord was signed on July 14, 2015.

Iran is barred from conducting ballistic missile tests for eight years under UN Resolution 2231, which went effect July 20, 2015, days after the nuclear accord was signed.

Iran is “called upon not to undertake any activity related to ballistic missiles designed to be capable of delivering nuclear weapons, including launches using such ballistic missile technology,” according to the text of the resolution….


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  1. Alain41 says:

    “…signed on July 14, 2015.” is a bit of a stretch since to my knowledge, no Iranian government official has signed it. Anniversary of an event that didn’t happen, I believe Kerry is good at that.

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