Iran Acting Out After America Tells Them “No Deal”


The Houthis, Yemen’s Shiite rebels, have fired numerous missiles into Saudi Arabia during their conflict. The most recent attack was on Wednesday, only a day after Donald Trump announced the withdrawal.


Iran has deep ties to the Iraq political and economic system, where it also sponsors Shiite militias. Many people from Iraq are concerned about the tensions between Iran and the U.S., and how it is going to affect their country.

An Iraqi army veteran, Riad Hadi, stated that Iraq is going to pay the price for the Trump’s decision.

Questions from the American People:

  1. Does Iran’s retaliations against U.S. allies show that the world can’t trust them with nuclear weapons?
  2. Should the nations of the world recognize Iran’s right to nuclear power and view the attacks as a legitimate protest?
  3. How should America respond, if at all, to Iran aggression against neighboring countries?
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