Iran’s Nuclear Program Is a Conflict

Iranian rock climber arrives back in Tehran after competing without hijab — as seen in this clip from the Iranian Newseum’s coverage of his arrival (in this case via YouTube)

The United States and Iran are now engaged in an escalating conflict over Iran’s nuclear programs.

The conflict, according to Tehran, stems from Washington’s support for the Syrian regime and its decision to support the Assad regime in the fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS.

In addition, the Obama administration has been at odds over Iran’s nuclear program that it says is for civilian purposes and to provide for Iran’s national security.

The dispute was revealed on Jan. 12, when the Newseum, a nonprofit news media organization, posted a story about an Iranian climber who had climbed without a headscarf.

The article was followed by an editorial in the Newseum’s online magazine, in which Iranian-American journalist Zohreh Davari wrote that, in addition to the story, she has a different take on the situation.

“On this issue,” she wrote, “an individual with a private agenda is trying to shape and distort public discourse” in the United States.

Davari is an Iranian-American former journalist with a long track record in covering Iran and the Middle East.

She was appointed by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as the U.S. representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency and to the National Security Council when Clinton was Secretary of State. Clinton was, however, unable to fulfill her promise to Clinton of an Iran-focused strategy for the administration.

Davari also worked for the Obama administration, serving as Iran policy adviser to former U.S. President Barack Obama.

Prior to her tenure with the administration, Davari served as Iran correspondent for the Washington Post.

In an interview with the Epoch Times, Davari said that the Iranian government has a different take on President Obama’s policy on Iran.

“They are trying to create an international crisis in the United States and Iran,” she said. “They

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