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(1) I do not know what to think of the #Obama Iran scandal.

It simply does not make sense. Obama is a Sunni apologist and a supporter of the #MB which is a #Sunni Islamist movement.

Shi'a ideologues in Iran politically and religiously oppose Sunni ideologies.
(2) Obama's alleged father in Kenya and his family (purportedly from the Luo ethnic group - despite that he looks like a Somali) were/are adherents of Sunni Islam.

The majority of Obama's Muslim backers in the US and abroad - are Sunni, not Shi'a. And for those of you who ....
(3) are not familiar with Islam, the ideologues of the two different belief systems have polarized/juxtaposed positions in most all cases. They also have an inherent religious loyalty or "backbone" which is inflexible.

Consideration of the other "avenue of belief" is ....
(4) non-existent to the adherents of their respective belief systems, and support for the ideologues of the other group could result in an extreme form of the Shari'a being applied - conditions (and location) permitting.

So what is my point?
(5) Something is "wrong" with the "cash-transfer-to-Iran" picture.

While most Judeo-Christian Americans only see a "cash-to-fundamentalist-country" transfer, it is a bit more complex than that.

To Obama's #MB and Sunni supporters, that constitutes betrayal.
(6) To fundamentalist #MB ideologues, there would be no difference between Obama transferring money to Iran or Israel - both r considered apostatic states - or countries comprised of non-believers.

Thus I believe that there is much, much more to the Iran deal than meets the eye.
(7) In the Muslim world, lifelong adherence to one's belief is maintained by the majority of the (global) Muslim population.

They do not engage in a "religious buffet selection" like some Westerners do during their lifetimes. Ex. Catholic church to non-denominational to Baptist.
(8) What Obama did, with respect to transferring money to Iran, in the eyes of his Sunni brothers, family members and (Sunni) supporters, should be seen as an act of betrayal.

Something is wrong with this picture.

IMHO there is an even bigger story behind the Iran deal ....,
(9) than what the general public is aware of.

So many elements of the transfer, especially while weighing religious/political facets of the players involved, don't make a bit of sense.
(10) It is a very deep well, and we are trying to divine its depths by reading the ripples on the surface.

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