Kenneth Rijock

Kenneth Rijock

Sunday, September 29, 2013

DO NOT EXPECT TO GET A PASS IF YOU FACILITATE IRANIAN SANCTIONS EVASION

American Embassy, Tel Aviv
Please do not let your guard down regarding efforts by bank clients to make a huge profit, by an end run around existing sanctions against Iran. Notwithstanding the media blitz on the "transparency" exhibited by the new Iranian President, there is no slackening in sanctions evasions enforcement.

The facts on the ground show what is really happening.The Iranian regime still poses a clear and present danger to the United States, and some of their actions are publicly disclosed.

One case in point: The IRGC Quds Force, its overseas arm, is reportedly behind major espionage efforts. A Belgian national, of Iranian extraction, was arrested in Israel, in the possession of several photographs of the American Embassy there. He had taken several prior trips to Israel, and is believed to have attempted to organize a spy ring.

If there is a new, transparent Iran, why does it send spies to take pictures of the American Embassy ? As I said, remain vigilant regarding any possible sanctions evasion activity of your bank clients. 

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