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Crisis monitor warns of potential Middle East 'confrontation'

A new report warns the tensions between the U.S. and Iran, and between Iran and Saudi Arabia, are reaching a “critical level,” as are the “risks of a deliberate or accidental confrontation among these parties,” explains a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.
The conclusion comes from the Crisis Group, which explains Barack Obama’s Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action signed by several world powers and Iran – which intended to curb Iran’s nuclear plan – is two years into its life and facing “jeopardy.”
President Donald Trump removed the U.S. from the agreement in May.
“Simultaneously, regional dynamics across the Middle East are trending in a worrisome direction. Friction between Iran and the U.S. is growing in Iraq and Syria as the strength of their common foe, the Islamic State (ISIS), diminishes. In Lebanon, Yemen and the Persian Gulf, Israel, the U.S. and a more assertive Saudi leadership see an emboldened Iran they are determined to cut

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