Haley knows the criminal mullahs practically
Haley knows the criminal mullahs practically
Haley knows the criminal mullahs practically.
Former US ambassador at the UN Nikki Haley, who is a challenging criticizer of the Iranian mullah’s regime will launch her candidacy for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination.
More than a dozen candidates are seeking the nomination, including several long shots who announced their bids in recent weeks, in what is the party’s most diverse presidential field ever.
Yet Nikki Haley, a former U.N. ambassador and South Carolina governor, is the only woman in the bunch. Only five Republican women, including Haley, have undertaken prominent campaigns this century, compared with 12 among Democrats, including six in 2020.
Announcing her intention to run at an event in the historic coastal city of Charleston, Haley said she would “stand by our friends Israel and Ukraine against Iran and Russia.”
We recall that how Haley backed Trump’s judgment to pull out of the Iran worthless nuclear deal, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action or JCPOA, a signature part of former President Barack Obama’s foreign policy. She named the deal “horrible” and declared it only made Iran’s evil behavior worse. However, former ambassador to the U.N., Haley hasn’t shrank from her anti-JCPOA position since leaving the Trump administration.
During the anti-Mullah’s protests in Iran, Haley said that Washington should step up its encouragement of the raising protest movement in Iran, saying that the nationwide demonstrations that have unfolded over the past September on 2022 were exceptional. “These protests are very different than anything we’ve seen before,” she said. “They’re much more aggressive. They’re much more upset about what the regime is doing, and they’re fighting back.” She added.
Haley said that instead of letting Iran’s president deliver a speech at the U.N., the U.S. should be publicizing the stories of the anti-regime protesters. “The protests we’re seeing from the Iranian people are heroic.
We need to get their stories out. They don’t want a regime that treats them like this.”
Nikki Haley urges removal of ‘fanatical’ Iran from UN women’s commission amid bloody crackdown on protesters. “Having the fanatical Iranian dictatorship sit on a commission focused on women’s rights has always been a joke,” Haley said in a statement.
Straightforwardly, Haley said that the Biden administration should undertake efforts to restore internet access, or “anything that will allow the Iranian voices to be heard.” Haley criticized US President Joe Biden’s administration for its efforts to negotiate with Iran and come to a compromise with the regime on its pursuit of nuclear weapons.
Furthermore, “Due to America’s weakness, Iran is in the strongest position it’s ever been. Everyone knows what Iran wants. It wants nuclear weapons, it wants ballistic missiles to carry those nuclear weapons, and it wants to use those missiles and nukes to destroy both Israel and America,” said Haley. “The president is desperate to get back into the Iran nuclear deal. He’s made that clear, and he’s said he’ll do almost anything to get the ayatollahs to sign on the dotted line.”
She added that “we need to make sure that we start sanctioning people that are responsible for anything that led to the brutality of what happened,” and that “we shouldn’t consider getting into a deal with anyone that treats their people this way.”
Factually, Haley is a harsh critic of the Biden administration’s continued efforts on this front, but she allowed for one situation in which she would support U.S. reentry into the deal: “The only way we should consider an Iran deal again is if Israel and the Arab countries are at the table because they face the threat every day. It doesn’t make sense if you’re doing this just with America and Europeans.”
After a while, Nikki Haley says the US should only consider another nuclear agreement with Iran if it is negotiated with Israel and neighboring Arab states as well.
“We’ve got to make confident that Israel has a voice and the Arab countries who have dealt with the terrorism that Iran has spewed for too long. They need to have a voice only then will we hold Iran accountable,” she says.
Republican presidential candidate, Nikki Haley, also lambasts Biden for signing off on a visa to allow Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi to address the UN General Assembly on September 2022. Then, In July 2022, Haley indicated that she plans to run for president in 2024, telling a Christians United For Israel gala that if Biden reenters the JCPOA, “I’ll make you a promise… the next President will shred it – on her first day in office.” Haley was one of the key officials in the Trump administration who urged then-President Donald Trump to exit the JCPOA. Trump abandoned the deal in May 2018.
In a similar vein, she said that Biden was too reluctant in committing to the idea that the US would use military force to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons if diplomacy failed. She said it sounded like a bluff and was embarrassing. ‘Treat Iran like pariah:’ Haley hits Biden team for relentless pursuit of nuclear deal. Haley sharply criticized the Biden administration for its failure to confront the Iranian regime.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Erfan Fard is a counter-terrorism analyst and Middle East Studies researcher based in Washington, DC. He is in Middle Eastern regional security affairs with a particular focus on Iran, counter terrorism, IRGC, MOIS and ethnic conflicts in MENA. He graduated in International Security Studies (London M. University, UK), and in International Relations (CSU-LA). Erfan is a Jewish Kurd of Iran, and he is fluent in Persian, Kurdish, Arabic and English. / Follow him from this twitter account @EQFARD / The newly published book of Erfan Fard is: “The gruesome mullah” , which has been published in the USA.