Just four short years after the world’s foremost state sponsor of terrorism, the Islamic Republic of Iran, attacked our embassy and took fifty-two American diplomats and citizens hostage for 444 days, Iran’s proxy Hezb’Allah bombed our barracks in Beirut. The bombing of the Beirut Marine barracks in 1983 was the single largest non-nuclear explosion since World War II. The attack killed 241 service members, including 220 Marines. Our refusal to respond reflected our failure to take seriously the threat of jihadi conquest and war.
Worse still, President Obama actively supported Iran and its proxy Hezb’Allah. President Barack Obama blocked legislation that would hold Iran accountable for the Hizb’Allah bombing that killed 241 U.S. Marines in 1983. He gave billions to Iran in the failed nuclear pact with the mullahs, and sought to forge a more amiable relationship with Hezb’Allah.
President Trump is working to reverse America’s retreat. He is meeting fierce resistance from the terror-aligned EU and the Democrat party of jihad.
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A look back at the deadly 1983 Marine barracks bombing in Beirut
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