Obama Hammers Iran With New Tough Sanctions (Act of War)


The Obama administration signaled Thursday that it had no intention of letting up on sanctions pressure against Iran following the reelection of US President Barack Obama.
The United States announced it had sanctioned four individuals and five entities for censorship, including jamming satellite broadcasts and blocking Internet access, in the first foreign policy move since Tuesday's vote. Those designated include Tehran's Communication and Information Technology Minister Reza Taghipour, and its Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance.