For several years, the country of Iran has been the number one State sponsor of terrorism worldwide, according the U.S. State Department.
In September 2018, ALJAZEERA, yes aljazeera, reported that, “Nathan Sales, the [State] department’s coordinator for counterterrorism, said Iran-linked fundraising networks in West Africa, weapons caches in South America, and operational activity in Europe show the Islamic Republic ‘has no reservations about using [terrorism] on any continent.'”
“Iran remains the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism and is responsible for intensifying multiple conflicts and undermining US interests in Syria, Yemen, Iraq, Bahrain, Afghanistan and Lebanon,” Sales told reporters.
In other words, they are bad news and remain an enemy of the United States and our allies.
Yet, just recently, in Houston Texas, school children were seen singing a song, praising Iran, its supreme leader Ali Khamenei, and pledging their support and loyalty, not to our president or the country they reside in, but to Iran and to leader Khamenei.
from Creeping Sharia:
On February 20, 2019, the Islamic Education Center of Houston, TX uploaded to its YouTube channel a video of a February 17 ceremony celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution. Morteza Kazemian, a tenth grader, said that the United States continues to sanction Iran because it is scared of it and that America’s two goals in the Middle East are to support Israel and Saudi Arabia. The crowd chanted: “Away with the humiliation… Allah Akbar! Khamenei is our Leader!” In addition, young boys wearing scarves and green headbands sang a song for Khamenei: “We are your followers, you are our Leader… We are your soldiers, and together we can all be your power… May Allah always keep your hand upon us… A warrior just like the Battle of Khaybar… May you always be the light to our guidance.” Press TV anchor Marzieh Hashemi spoke briefly at the ceremony through a video call. For more about Marzieh Hashemi, who was recently arrested and detained by the FBI during a visit to the United States, see MEMRI TV Clip No. 7064.