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Why the Iran Deal is Bad for Both America and Israel

Why the Iran Deal is Bad for Both America and Israel is a Special Report sponsored by The Israel Project and prepared by The Washington Times Advocacy Department.

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FILE - In this May 5, 2015, file photo, Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington. Schumer wants airlines to scrap a proposal to reduce the allowed size of carry-on luggage. He planned a news conference Sunday, June 14, 2015, to warn travelers that a 20 percent reduction would force them to pay more for check-in fees or spend money on new luggage.  (AP Photo/Brett Carlsen, File)

Schumer: Iran won't change its ways under this deal

Sen. Charles Schumer of New York was one of the highest profile Democrats to rebuff President Obama and come out against the Iran nuclear deal. Below are excerpts from his Aug. 6 statement explaining the decision.

A deal that erases the president's red lines

- The Washington Times

From allowing Iran to keep enriching uranium to abandoning "anywhere, anytime" inspections of Tehran's nuclear facilities, the Obama administration has crossed many of its own red lines in the nuclear deal that will lift tough economic sanctions on America's longtime adversary.

Marine Corps Commandant Gen. Joseph Dunford, Jr., testifies during his Senate Armed Services Committee confirmation hearing to become the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, July 9, 2015.  Dunford said Russia poses the greatest national security threat to the United States and that it would be "reasonable" to supply lethal arms to Ukrainians fighting against rebels backed by Moscow.  (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)

Iran's toll on America: 500 soldiers killed in Iraq

- The Washington Times

The Iranian Islamic regime was directly involved in the killing of more than 500 American service members in Iraq by supplying Shiite extremists with advanced roadside bombs, rocket-propelled explosives and other munitions, military officials say.

The deadly danger of appeasing Iran

"Appeasement" gets a bad rap but, strictly speaking, the word implies nothing more than an attempt to make peace. If aggrieved adversaries can be pacified by reasonable concessions, what's wrong with that?

A former CIA Director diagnoses the Iran nuclear deal

Despite the saga over Hillary Clinton's emails, Donald Trump's sprint to front-runner status in the Republican presidential race and some interesting pennant races, the news this summer has never drifted far from the nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic of Iran.

A Shariah-approved nuclear attack

Congress needed to stop President Obama's nuclear deal with Iran. The most important reason — Iran can threaten the existence of the United States by making an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack using a single nuclear weapon.