THE JEWISH VOICE
Iran Says US Diplomats Were Bribed To Pass Deal , IAEA Chief Suddenly Quits
by Jared Evan
May 14, 2018
An adviser to H.J.Ansari Zarif, the deputy for parliamentary and Iranian affairs within Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, specifically threatened to expose every corrupt official who accepted bribes to make the Iran deal happen three years ago, while the chief of inspections at the UN nuclear watchdog agency resigned suddenly, the agency said on Friday without giving a reason, according to Reuters. “If Europeans stop trading with Iran and don’t put pressure on US then we will reveal which western politicians and how much money they had received during nuclear negotiations to make #IranDeal happen.” READ MORE
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AMERICAN THINKER Top Iranian adviser threatens to expose those who took bribes to make the Iran deal happen. I don’t want to disillusion readers, but bribery is not exactly unknown in the Middle East, even among government officials. It is now established by documents captured after the fall of Baghdad that Saddam Hussein bribed French, Russian, and Chinese officials.