Review Category : Middle East

US Must Stop Nuke-Seeking Iran from Becoming Another North Korea

Last week, the U.S. State Department re-certified Iran has met the four conditions required by the 2015 Corker-Cardin legislation, regarding the Iranian nuclear deal, i.e., the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). However, the administration did not certify that Iran is fully complying with the nuclear deal.

This is unquestionably true. The Iranians have by no means lived up to the letter of the deal.

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U.S. Foreign Aid to Promote Peach & Stability, Not Terrorism: Support the Taylor Force Act

On March 8, 2016, Taylor Force, a 28-year-old West Point graduate and U.S. Army veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan, was on a school sponsored trip to Israel studying global entrepreneurship when he was brutally stabbed to death by a Palestinian terrorist. Force joined a long list of Americans (about 70) murdered by Palestinian terrorism since the signing of the Oslo Accords in 1993.

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Palestinian Authority “Pay for Slay”


The Palestinian Authority (PA) tells foreign audiences that they oppose terrorism, yet they pay generous rewards to Palestinians, and/or their families, who carry out bombings, stabbings and other attacks against innocents in Israel. This has been labeled the “Pay for Slay” program. This has included the terrorists, or their families, of those who have killed at least 69 American citizens. Because the U.S. provides aid to the PA, the U.S. is indirectly paying for this terrorism.

 To read EMET's fact sheet, click here.

Pay for Slay Fact Sheet

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