America refused to give visa to the Iranian ambassador

Iranian ambassador Hamid Abu Talib

US refused to give visa to the Iranian ambassador Hamid Abu Talib, both houses of U.S. Congress had voted against the U.S. entering.

Hamid Abu Talib sure the students were part of the U.S. embassy in Tehran in the year 1979, capturing the people there had taken hostage. After the Islamic Revolution in Iran 52 U.S. citizens were held hostage for 444 days.

Under the American Revolution, considered a close associate of King Mohammad Reza Pahlavi of Iran was deposed and the latest world newsAyatollah Khomeini took power in Iran was. After the decision of the U.S. Office of the United Nations in New York due to Hamid Abu Talib served as Iranian ambassador to the UN will be difficult.

Meanwhile, Iran says Hamid Abu Talib is one of the diplomats and UN Ambassador of Iran as their name will not be back.

Earlier Thursday, White House spokesman Jay Carney said the Iranian government, ‘We made it clear to the Iranians know that the choice is not viable Hamid Abu Talib. “Legislation passed Thursday people has been banned from entering the United States who participated in espionage or terrorism and a threat to national security.

The draft from the Texas Republican Party was introduced in the Senate by Senator Ted Cruz. He urged Obama to accept it, we as a nation, rogue states like Iran can send a unified message that the U.S. hostile and provocative behavior of this kind cannot bear.