Here's a List of Major U.S. Allies Celebrating an End to the Iran Nuclear Deal

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Posted: May 10, 2018 2:10 PM
Here's a List of Major U.S. Allies Celebrating an End to the Iran Nuclear Deal

In the aftermath of President Trump announcing earlier this week the United States is leaving the Iran nuclear deal, Obama administration officials, Democrats and their friends in the media have dishonestly proclaimed "all" of America's allies are upset with the decision. 

While the French, Brits and Germans have expressed disapproval of Trump's decision, U.S. allies in the Middle East are practically jumping for joy. Some are even praising God. 

Bahrain: 

"As long as Iran has breached the status quo in the region and has evacuated its troops and missiles, any state in the region, including Israel, is entitled to defend itself by destroying the sources of danger."

"The Iranian nuclear agreement was born thin and lived paralyzed. It was an imperfect agreement that unleashed the hands of Iran to tamper with the security and stability of the region. And today he fell and thank God."

"Iran says the United States is denouncing the vows! We have many treaties with the United States dating back long decades and none. We saw the reversal of vows and lies and conspiracy from the untrusting Iranian regime."

"A great leadership stance by President Donald Trump in favor of the security and stability of the world by withdrawing from Iran's nuclear agreement and tightening the sanctions on the Iranian regime, and Bahrain supports and welcomes."

United Arab Emirates:

Israel: 

"The deal didn't push war further away. It actually brought it closer. The deal didn't reduce Iran's aggression, it dramatically increased it. We see this across the entire Middle East," Israeli Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday afternoon. "This is why Israel thinks that President Trump did a historic move and this is why Israel thanks President Trump for his courageous leadership, his commitment to confront the terrorist regime in Tehran and his commitment to ensure Iran never gs nuclear weapons. Not today, not in a decade, not ever."

Saudi Arabia: 

To say America has abandoned, ignored or upset all of its allies with the Iran decision is completely devoid of fact.