A Hezbollah man holds his fist up at a Liberation Day Parade in Nabatieh, south Lebanon, May 24, 2015. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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President Barack Obama vowed to keep economic pressure on Iran over its unwavering support for Hezbollah if his administration's nuclear deal with Tehran goes through, The Associated Press reported Friday.Obama said in letter to Democratic lawmakers that the U.S. will uphold sanctions targeting Iran's non-nuclear activities, such as its support for Hezbollah and what Obama calls Iran's "destabilizing role in Yemen". Obama warned earlier in August during a meeting at the White House with more than 20 U.S. Jewish leaders, that any U.S. military action would not result in war against the United States, calling such a move suicidal for Tehran.
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