Energy Report: Betrayal

The Biden administration is turning its back on Saudi Arabia, Israel, and the US Energy Industry as it bows down to the terrorist regime Iran. By trying to resurrect the ill-fated Iranian nuclear deal, it is rewarding the Iranian regime with the credibility it does not deserve. The Iranian regime says its sworn enemy is Israel and the United States and has been spreading its terrors throughout the Middle East. It not only has worked against efforts of peace in Iraq, but it is also involved in military operations against our allies in Israel and Saudi Arabia. 

The Iranian-backed Houthi rebels continue to make drone attacks on our allies including Saudi Arabia. Iran is involved in a shadow war with Isreal and last week struck an Israeli civilian vessel at sea. The Israeli Times reports that "Thursday’s attack wasn’t the first time Iran allegedly struck an Israeli-owned cargo ship. On February 26, a blast struck the Israeli-owned MV Helios Ray, a Bahamian-flagged cargo ship, in the Gulf of Oman. Netanyahu accused Iran of attacking the ship. Iran swiftly denied the charge, but experts say the attack bears hallmarks of previous attacks ascribed to Tehran. The operation seems to have been carefully planned and mirrored a series of attacks on tankers in 2019 and an Iranian campaign against shipping vessels four decades ago. According to The Wall Street Journal, Israel has been carrying out covert strikes on Iranian vessels, and other ships with Iranian cargo. If true, the latest attack may well be part of a more assertive Iranian response to such actions.

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Yet despite this violation of temporal and International law, the Biden administration is fawning all over the Iranian regime begging them to return to the deals even though Iran was more isolated from the world and progress for peace was being made as more countries recognized Israel. The United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan, and Morocco joined Egypt and Jordan on the list of countries willing to break ranks with the rest of the Arab world, establishing full diplomatic relations with Israel although the Palestinian problem remains unsolved.

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