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Pentagon Contractors Exploring Business with Iran
By Brigitte Gabriel
Mar 4, 2014 - 12:10:19 AM

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Department of Defense contractors are looking to make LOTS of money at the American taxpayers' expense by doing business with the Iranian regime.

Yes, the same terror-sponsoring, human rights-abusing, theocracy that our government once had strong sanctions against. And all thanks to the small print in the "interim nuclear deal" that Secretary of State John Kerry is so excited about.

Outraged as we are? Call your Member of Congress and register your support for strong sanctions against the Iranian regime until they fully dismantle their nuclear program.

Brigitte Gabriel
President of ACT for America

Pentagon Contractors Exploring Business with Iran. Companies with more than $107B in DoD contracts eyeing Tehran

By Adam Kredo

Multiple companies currently exploring new business ventures in Iran are also cashing in on highly lucrative contracts with the U.S. Defense Department, raising questions about whether their dealings with Iran could run afoul of U.S. law.

At least 13 major international companies have said in recent weeks that they aim to reenter the Iranian marketplace over the next several months. The companies have received Pentagon contracts totaling well over $107 billion, according to a Washington Free Beacon analysis that tracked DoD contracts awarded since fiscal year 2009.

Many of the companies, which include carmaker Renault and oil giants such as BP, have already sent high-level trade delegations to Tehran to meet with Iranian officials about striking new business deals.

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