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Iran: Nuclear Deal Clears the Way for 'Annihilation' of Israel


Iran says it's opportunity to destroy Israel is now better than ever.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced last week that the nuclear deal with the United States "was the cheapest way to achieve Iran's goals and interests."

Rouhani says the Iran that existed before the nuclear deal is gone, but now it should pursue its "national interests more than ever," Iran's Islamic Republic News Agency reported.

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Those national interests include destroying the United States and Israel. The Jerusalem Post reports that Iran already has missiles ready to fire at the Jewish State. 

"Today, the grounds for the annihilation and collapse of the Zionist regime are present more than ever," Iranian Military commander Hossein Salami announced. "More than 100,000 missiles are ready to fly from Lebanon."

"If the Zionists make a wrong move, all the occupied terrorists will come under attack from dedicated fighters and, God willing, the terrorists will be liberated," Salami threatened.

While Iran has missiles ready, Supreme leader Ayatollah Khamenei is calling on Muslim students to wage an ideological war.

"By using advanced means of communication and in cyberspace, general campaigns can be formed by Muslim students based on the opposition to the policies of the U.S. and Zionist regime of Israel so that when needed, millions of young Muslim students create a big movement in the Islamic world," he said.

Israel is not the only country facing terrorism. Suicide bombers murdered more than 149 people in Iraq this weekend. The Islamic State claimed full responsibility for the bombing. 

It is being called the deadliest terror attack in Iraq in a year and one of the worst single bombings in more than a decade of war and insurgency.

The death toll is expected to rise as rescuers continue to search for missing people. 

In Bangladesh, investigators searching for clues about the possible masterminds behind a gruesome attack on a restaurant that left 28 dead, including many foreigners.

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