MEMRI pointed out the so-called nuclear deal with Iran, the Joint Plan of Action, was not a "deal" in the first place, due to Iran's insistence that it not be a signed agreement but rather a joint plan of action approved by a U.N. Security Council resolution.
"Along with France and Germany, the United Kingdom continues to believe [the JCPOA] is the best route to preventing Iran from getting a nuclear weapon", Mrs May said last month.
Already French companies Total and Peugeot, for example, have said they will pull out of Iran rather than risk being shut out of the US financial system, as Washington threatens to use the dollar's reserve currency status to punish anyone who gets in the way of its ramped-up Iran policy.
More than 40 percent of Iran's population is unemployed while the mullah-led regime continues to fund Hamas terrorists in the Palestinian territories, Hezbollah in Lebanon, rebels in Yemen, Shiite militias in Iraq and President Bashar al-Assad in Syria.
Senior officials told the Israeli broadcaster that earlier in April, Foreign Ministry Director General Yuval Rotem invited Italian Ambassador to Israel Gianluigi Benedetti for a meeting in Tel Aviv to express his dissatisfaction with the Italian position which prevents the implementation of further sanctions on the Iranian regime.
In his address to the rally of MKO, who for decades was listed as a terrorist organization in the USA and Europe and is widely seen as a personality cult, Giuliani said the fall of the government in Tehran would be brought about by economic isolation.
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Ayatollah Khamenei also emphasized that strengthening the elements of national might and fortitude in confrontation with the enemy will thwart the hostile plots.
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei speaks in Tehran September 14, 2007.
Three days of protests in Tehran and other cities began on Sunday when hundreds of traders in the bazaar - the hub of merchants who backed Iran's 1979 Islamic Revolution that ousted the longtime monarch - closed their shops to voice their anger at currency plunges.
"Both sides will try to use the combination of external and internal pressure to advance their causes", said Sanam Vakil, an adjunct professor teaching Middle East politics at SAIS Europe.
"The decisions taken by the United States on this issue are not binding for us".
The latest protest began Sunday after the Iranian currency, the rial, hit a record low against the US dollar.
While speaking a graduation ceremony of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) on Saturday in Tehran, the leader said, "The enemy's plan is to create gaps and separations between the establishment and the people, and this design reflects their stupidity because they do not know that the Islamic Republic is nothing but the Iranian nation and these two can not be separated".