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  • U.S. omits Iran and Hezbollah from terror threat list

    Newsweek - 03/16/2015

    Max Abrahms, professor of political science at Northeastern University and member of the Council of Foreign Relations, believes that the omission signals a “quid pro quo” between Washington and Tehran.

    “I think that we are looking at a quid pro quo, where Iran helps us with counter-terrorism and we facilitate their nuclear ambitions and cut down on our labeling of them as terrorists,” says Abrahms. “The world has changed. The Sunni threat has gotten worse, the Islamic State is a greater danger than al-Qaeda ever was, and the Iranians have really come up big in terms of helping us out in combating the Islamic State.”

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