"International law is being applied highly selectively, when it comes to Iran. .. Sanctions are illegal, they are immoral, and they violate international law." - Columnist Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich.
The contradiction appears particularly dazzling when you compare all this pantomime, song & dance and fuss over Iran with the smooth path given to ISIL which has been minting $$$$ since July 2014 .. refining and selling millions of barrels of oil to the international market via Turkey from northern Iraq and parts of Syria illegally occupied by armed terror invasions. No such international law as "sanctions" for terrorists; not even a warning to the financial market to refrain from transactions with seditious killers. Quite the reverse. According to various laid-back financial analysts, in the "world of commerce, business is business." Now how selective is that ??
Video: Soraya's interview at RT