BAGHDAD / A member of the House of Representatives for state of law coalition, Muwaffaq al-Rubaie called the US administration to dialogue with the Arab and Islamic worlds and develop the nuclear deal with Iran.
He said in a press statement that “the United States by implementing a policy to extend sanctions on Iran, it is heading to a hostile policy towards the Muslim world in general and towards Iran in particular, and the decision to extend the sanctions would hurt America more than it would hurt Iran.”
Rubaie said that “this policy does not help stability in the region and the selectivity of the new president will not help to reduce the polarization” expressing hope that “the United States will take dialogue policy with the Arab and Muslim worlds and develop the nuclear deal towards more peaceful and dialogue.”
The US Senate has walked in the footsteps of the House of Representatives / together represent the US Congress / by approving, last Thursday, on the decision to extend sanctions against Iran for 10 years again, awaiting to be signed by Obama to become valid.
White House spokesman, Eric Schultz announced in a press briefing last Friday that the US President Barack Obama will sign this law.