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Quote of the week “After (Muhammad) Ali released the statement on my behalf, several of my prison guards told me they had heard about it, and some began to treat me differently—better, and with more respect. I like to think that his words made them doubt the forces who signed their paychecks.”
No congressional visits to Iran Tehran will not grant visas to three U.S. congressmen who showed opposition to the Iran Deal. The Foreign Ministry issued a statement saying that they’re refusing visas to Reps. Frank LoBiondo (R-NJ), Mike Pompeo (R-KS), and Lee Zeldin (R-NY). In the statement it said the request was rejected over “the completely inappropriate way you have demanded to visit Iran and interfere in what is of no relevance to (your) official functions.” All congressmen voted against the nuclear deal.