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From the Caspian Sea to the Mediterranean, from Tehran to Tartus, an Iranian curtain is descending across the Middle East. Iran spreads this curtain of tyranny and terror over Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and elsewhere, and it pledges to extinguish the light of Israel. I have a simple message to Ayatollah Khamenei, the dictator of Iran: The light of Israel will never be extinguished. I also have a message today for the people of Iran: You are our friends. (Farsi: Shoma duste ma hesteed.) —Netanyahu's Address to UN General Assembly
Mr. Amano, his agents and no other foreigners have the right to inspect our military sites, because these sites are among off-limit sites for any foreigner and those affiliated with them,—Velayati, Khamenei’s senior foreign affairs adviser
“The comments of the foreign minister are laughable,...if Iran wants to have good relations with Saudi Arabia, it has to change its policies. It has to respect international law.— al-Jubeir, Arabia foreign minister
If Iran rejects a valid request for inspections, then the nuclear deal is as they say "merely a dream.”—U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley
Iran is showing its true colors. Iran must decide whether it wants to be a member of the community of nations that can be expected to take its international obligations seriously or whether it wants to be the leader of a jihadist terrorist movement. It cannot be both.—U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley
As good as the IAEA is, it can only be as good as what they are permitted to see,....Iran has publicly declared that it will not allow access to military sites but the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) makes no distinction between military and non-military sites.—U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley
I find it interesting that Iran is so worried about me going to Vienna,...If they don’t have anything to hide, they shouldn’t be concerned about me asking questions of the IAEA.—U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley
If we make the determination, we are able to resume 20 percent-enrichment in at most five days—Ali Akbar Salehi, Iran's nuke chief
The principal weakness of the nuclear accord is its temporary nature. Most of its provisions will expire in eight to 13 years, leaving Iran free to stockpile an unlimited quantity of nuclear materials.—Wash.Post Editorial Board
President [Trump] is mistaken, there are no good Nazis. —A woman resident of Charlottesville