Terror Financing

  Posted on: Wednesday, December 15, 2021
Congress Requires Biden Admin To Disclose How Iran Sanctions Relief Could Fund Terrorism
The Washington Free Beacon - Adam Kredo
Congress will require that the Biden administration come clean about how economic sanctions relief for Iran would impact the regime's ability to conduct terror attacks.

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