The agreement among six world powers - Russia, China, France, Germany, Britain and the U.S. - and Iran was supported by former U.S. President Barack Obama. If he doesn't, it would be a U.S. violation of a pact he's repeatedly lambasted as the worst ever negotiated.
Democratic Rep. Earl Blumenauer of OR said blocking the sales would result in "penalizing American companies for no good purpose" and threaten the nuclear deal.
Still, US and worldwide sanctions can and should be used to punish Iran for destabilizing activities throughout the Middle East and are not inconsistent with the nuclear deal.
The nuclear non-proliferation experts said they "firmly support vigorous efforts to monitor and enforce compliance" with the agreement.
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Iran's government spokesman Mohammad Baqer Nobakht said on Wednesday that the nuclear deal was signed between Iran and six countries, not just the US, and definitely a "rearrangement" will be on the way if the Trump administration quit the multilateral agreement.
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After the last certification to Congress in July, Trump told The Wall Street Journal, "If it was up to me, I would have had them noncompliant 180 days ago".
While the administration is reportedly trying to work with European allies to rework the deal or extend it, Kahl said those allies are "categorically" opposed to reopening the deal, at least in part because they think it is working. Those, however, aren't specifically covered in the nuclear agreement.
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If America is seen as purposely sabotaging the agreement, Kahl said it would provide "lots of ammunition for Iranian hardliners to bludgeon Rouhani, discredit reformists and pragmatists within the Iranian system".
The administration also faces an October 15 deadline to certify whether Iran remains in compliance with the nuclear deal. That would very likely shift the focus to Tehran - and to Congress, which could move to impose new sanctions on Iran.
Haley stopped short, though, of saying the administration was poised to walk away from the deal. Critics say the prospect that Iran could set its nuclear centrifuges spinning again with few restrictions less than a decade from now is one of the accord's greatest flaws.
The memo also argues that the threat of a massive economic embargo would need to persuade Iran that it would not have enough time to "breakout" of the deal and build a nuclear weapon in 12 months before sanctions strangled its economy and threatened the regime's stability.
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Qatar is facing regional isolation after Saudi Arabia , UAE, Bahrain plus Egypt cut ties with the small monarchy on June 5. Doha has been receiving fresh food supplies from Iran, which has also allowed Qatar's national carrier to use its airspace.
"The possibility that US -manufactured aircraft could be used as tools of terror is absolutely unacceptable and should not be condoned by the USA government", they wrote in a letter to Trump. If the deal fell apart, "Iran would be back on the march to getting the potential for getting a nuclear weapon, and the IAEA would lose all visibility into the program", Sherman said.