In a recent speech held in the state of Iowa on religious freedom, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called religious freedom, “our first freedom - according to the Constitution."
“It’s terrible to watch politicians abuse people’s faith as a way of stimulating conflict and mobilizing people toward conflict," said USAID’s Assistant Administrator for the Middle East Michael Harvey.
Through the Terrorist Financing Targeting Center the United States and its Gulf partners collaborate to combat the financing of terrorist organizations.
In June, Americans celebrated the release of U.S. Navy veteran Michael White from Iranian custody.
President Donald Trump has made clear that as long as he is President of the United States, "Iran will never be allowed to have a nuclear weapon.”
“Security Council 2231 [in 2015] lifted most U.N. sanctions but also created a legal mechanism for exclusive use by certain nations to snap sanctions back.”
In the face of the regime’s ongoing malign activities -- including launching military satellites, supporting proxy forces, harassing U.S. ships at sea, and violating the Iranian people’s rights -- that pressure campaign continues.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has made clear that the United States’ defense of religious freedom around the world is “a moral imperative.”
Iran’s successful launch of a military satellite into space shows the regime is not interested in space flight for peaceful, civilian purposes.
The Iranian government leaders sought to downplay and dismiss the effects of the COVID-19 contagion and source.
The United States has offered the Iranian people humanitarian aid during the COVID-19 crisis --an offer that has been rejected by regime leaders.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo took another step in the global fight against terrorism, announcing the State Department’s intent to name Amir Muhammad Sa’id Abdal-Rahman al-Mawla a Specially Designated Global Terrorist.