United States deleted Iran and Hezbollah terror lists

United States deleted Iran and Hezbollah terror lists

17-03-2015 04:21 PM

United States deleted Iran and Hezbollah terror listsDelete an annual report issued recently by the US Director of National Intelligence, Iran and Hezbollah in Lebanon, from the list of challenges ‘terrorist’ facing the United States.

The report submitted by the Intelligence Director James Clapper to the US Senate, was released on 26 February, and the newspaper ‘The Times of Israel ‘, which indicated that the reason for deleting Iran’s efforts to fight al’ Daash ‘.

The report said Hezbollah once, in reference to the threats faced by the militant groups, such as’ Daash ‘and’jbhh victory’, while Dan Tehran only for its support Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime.

In the previous report to Clapper issued in 2014, included the intelligence director of Iran and Hezbollah in the ‘terrorism’ section, explaining that they ‘remain dominant threat in the interests of the allies of the United States directly. Hezbollah has increased the international terrorist activity in recent years to the point of not notice it since the nineties’.

As that Iran was included in ‘terrorism’ section to copy the years 2011, 2012 and 2013 from the same report.

It is noteworthy that Iran and Hezbollah are the strongest allies regional Assad regime, which seeks to install his feet in Syria despite the war, which entered its fifth year in the country.