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Obama administration granted citizenship to 2,500 Iranians during nuclear deal

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    The Obama administration granted citizenship to 2,500 Iranians, including family members of government officials, while negotiating the Iran nuclear deal, a senior cleric and member of parliament has claimed.

    Hojjat al-Islam Mojtaba Zolnour, who is chairman of Iran’s parliamentary nuclear committee and a member of its national security and foreign affairs committee, made the allegations during an interview with the country’s Etemad newspaper, cited by the country’s Fars News agency.

    He claimed it was done as a favor to senior Iranian officials linked to President Hassan Rouhani, and he alleged the move sparked a competition among Iranian officials over whose children would benefit from the scheme.

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    I know an Iranian named Pejman Nozad.

    I met him back in March.

    Dude’s got the most incredible American Dream story I’ve ever heard.

    He’s helped create so many jobs and so much wealth it’s ridiculous.

    All self made. And just an awesome human being. We need more people like Pejman.

    You can’t swing a dead cat in the US tech sector without hitting half a dozen Persians.

    Having said that, any IRGC/Qods Force infiltrators should be sent to a black site and water boarded.

    Privileged children of senior leadership should be coopted into helping overthrow the Iranian Mullah/IRGC mafia theocracy or deported if they fail to comply.

    But well educated, well motivated, and hungry secular Iranians willing to put in the effort and want to join Team Awesonemess like Pejman Nozad...bring it.

    Anecdotally and on average, my opinion of Persians is quite a bit higher than Arabs.


    • #3
      I was going to reply ‘so what’ or ‘and’ to this thread but Flagg said it better.


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          Snopes says “unproven” rather than “false”.