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In 1981, following the hostage-taking crisis in the US embassy in Tehran, an agreement was signed in Algeria according to which hostages were freed by Iran and the US accepted not to interfere in Iranian affairs, militarily or politically.
Soraya Sepahpour: author and researcher at the University of California In 1981, following the hostage-taking crisis in the US embassy in Tehran, an agreement was signed in Algeria according to which hostages were freed by Iran and the US accepted not to interfere in Iranian affairs, militarily or politically. However, the US has been interfering in Iran's political and other issues since 1981 with the purpose of overthrowing the Iranian regime but these efforts have been futile. Now, this is only an excuse to destroy Iran's nuclear program and topple the regime. What they accuse Iran of can be likened to the violation of speed regulations. Imagine a road where drivers are allowed to move with the speed of 60 Km per hour; Iran has moved with 62 Km/h and there have been others also that have moved with 70 or 80 Km/h but the IAEA and the US have remained silent on their cases.

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