Iran News Round Up

President Hassan Rouhani warned President-elect Donald Trump against ripping up the nuclear deal.
President Hassan Rouhani promised a “decisive” Iranian response if the U.S. implements an extension of the Iran Sanctions Act (ISA).
Senior officials condemned the renewal of the Iran Sanctions Act (ISA) as a “clear violation” of the nuclear deal.
The U.S. Senate unanimously approved a clean 10-year renewal of the 1996 Iran Sanctions Act (ISA) despite Iranian threats that its renewal would “certainly” violate the nuclear deal.
OPEC agreed to allow Iran to freeze oil production at pre-sanction levels as part of today’s deal on collective oil output.
Parliamentarians criticized the attempted arrest of reformist parliamentarian Mahmoud Sadeghi, underscoring tensions between Parliament and the conservative-dominated Judiciary.
Armed Forces General Staff Chief IRGC Major General Mohammad Bagheri disclosed that Iran is interested in establishing military bases in Yemen and Syria to support naval operations.
Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned that renewing the Iran Sanctions Act would “certainly” violate the nuclear deal.
An Iranian official announced that Iran has lost over 1,000 “defenders of the shrine” in Syria, underscoring the depth of Iran’s military support for the Assad regime.
Iran transferred “some quantities” of its excess heavy water to Oman following international warnings to meet its nuclear deal commitments.