Yes, the Iran sellout requires the US to defend Iranian nukes against cyberattacks by Israel
Shavua tov, a good week to everyone.Under agreement US obligated to defend Iran against Israeli cyberattacks. Most Dems still in favor @instapundit https://t.co/UFzV5ejguj— IsraelMatzav (@IsraelMatzav) August 1, 2015
Since I had to post the tweet above a short while ago, I wanted to make sure that everyone is aware that the Obama administration sellout to Iran includes the obligation to protect Iran's nuclear program against cyberattacks by Israel. Here it is again:
Dempsey also acknowledged that he advised the president not to agree to the lifting of sanctions pertaining to Iran’s ballistic missile program and other arms. “Yes, and I used the phrase ‘as long as possible’ and then that was the point at which the negotiation continued — but yes, that was my military advice,” he told Senator Kelly Ayotte (R., N.H.). In the event the new deal goes into effect, the arms embargoes will expire over the next several years.
From page 142 of the 159-page pdf version of the JCPOA (here):Citing chapter and verse of the deal, Ayotte pointed out that the “plain language” of the bargain requires the United States “to help strengthen Iran’s ability to protect against sabotage of its nuclear program” — even to the point of warning Iran if Israel tries to launch cyberattacks against the program.
E3/EU+3 parties, and possibly other states, as appropriate, are prepared to cooperate with Iran on the implementation of nuclear security guidelines and best practices. Co - operation in the following areas can be envisaged:
Co - operation through training and workshops to strengthen Iran’s ability to protect against, and respond to nuclear security threats, including sabotage, as well as to enable effective and sustainable nuclear security and physical protection systems.
Please get this out.