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Pompeo gives Iran a new chance to put things right



The Iranian regime has a new chance to put things right and correct its situation so that Iran becomes a responsible state within the international community. The terms set by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reflect an attempt to fix everything and not allow Tehran to continue what it has done and to warn that the punishment will be tough if it meets these demands will not comply

The Iranian regime needs to understand that there is a path that will lead to its loss and that its situation is worsening not only on a national but also on an international level. The recent Russian statements about the importance of foreign troops and the withdrawal of militias from Syria must not be overlooked by Tehran. Nor should Iran be more arrogant when dealing with all this, as its presence in Syria is wrong and the demands of its most important alliance partner, Russia, may appear rational in this phase and save it from major losses.

On On Monday, Pompeo explained the US President's point of view on why he had withdrawn from the nuclear deal with Iran. Pompeo said the US was ready to negotiate a new deal with Iran and suggested 1

2 points for a new deal. The demands appear logical and could guarantee an agreement between all parties and implement the deal for the entire international community and the countries of the region, because they set clear limits to Iran's behavior while at the same time lifting sanctions in exchange for Iran's obligation on terms

The Russian demands for withdrawal of foreign troops and militias from Syria must not be ignored by Tehran

Mohammed Al-Hammadi

The 12 demands are related to Washington's new strategy for Iran, which withdrew after the nuclear dispute. Washington said it was ready to lift sanctions on Tehran if it met those demands. The first four are related to Iranian nuclear activity, while the others are: releasing American citizens and all citizens from US allies, ending support for terrorist groups in the Middle East, such as Hezbollah, Hamas and Islamic Jihad, respecting the Iraqi government and allow disarming Shiite militia, ending support for Houthi militia, withdrawing all troops under their (Iranian) command in Syria, ending support for the Taliban and all terrorists, and stopping Al-Qaeda affiliation, ending support for Quds Revolutionary Guard troops for terrorists and stop the practices that threaten their (Iranian) neighbors, many of whom are US allies.

It is clear that Tehran did not like these demands because they want the old agreement that gives everything they can to put pressure on the European countries to refuse the US withdrawal from the deal, while at the same time allowing the US to withdraw Retain old deal. However, according to most experts, Europe can not accept the old agreement without the US. Therefore, Tehran must reconsider its calculations, as the countries of the region and other countries that have been harmed by their practices for decades will not allow Iran to continue its hostile behavior and enjoy the free gift of the old nuclear agreement.

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Mohammed Al-Hammadi is Editor-in-Chief of Al Ittihad Newspaper and Executive Director of Editorial and Publishing at the Abu Dhabi Media Company. He founded and was editor-in-chief of the Arabic edition of National Geographic magazine and has held numerous journalism positions since joining Al Ittihad in 1994. Al-Hammadi has been a columnist for more than 15 years and has been writing a daily column for seven years and since 2001 has been producing a weekly political column in Al Ittihad. He also served as the Parliamentary Editor for seven years, reporting on the work of the Federal National Council in the United Arab Emirates. Al-Hammadi is not only an active participant in social networking but is also interested in new media and is currently working on a project that facilitates the transition from traditional to digital and intelligent media. Al-Hammadi has received numerous awards and is a member of a number of organizations and associations. He regularly serves as a regional political commentator on broadcasters and has authored several books, including Time of Ordeal (2008), The United Arab Emirates (2009) and The Downfall of the Muslim Brotherhood (2016). Twitter: @MEalhammadi

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