Monday, December 7, 2015

Iran Regime's Lies and Concealments in Atomic Projects After the Nuclear Agreement

Mrs. Rajavi had warned about the mullahs’ deceptions

Ali Akbar Salehi, head of the Atomic Agency of the mullahs’ regime confessed that the mullahs had concealed parts of the banned nuclear equipment. In an interview with a state TV station, he said: "the tubes that the fuel goes through them there, we had bought similar tubes previously, but I could not declare them at the time, only one person knew about it in Iran". He continued: “Only the highest authority of the regime (Regime's Supreme Leader Khamenei) was aware of this and no one else ... His Holiness had said that you should be careful about these people (P5+1), they are not trustworthy and won’t keep to their promises. Well, we had to work smartly and intelligently, in addition to not breaking the bridges behind us, we also had to build a bridge that would enable us to go faster if we were to go back. It was a tube of two or three centimeters in diameter and three or four meters long ... We had bought similar tubes, the same quantity, we were told to fill the main tubes with cement, so we poured cement in those tubes ... but we did not say that we had other tubes because if we did, they would have said, sir, pour cement in those as well ... We are going to use the same tubes now. Now we have those tubes." (Channel 4 State TV, January 22, 2019)

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Is Iran really complying with the nuclear deal?
Dr. Majid Rafizadeh-Arab news

In the last few days, the state media of the Iranian regime has been dedicating significant coverage to a recent statement made by the French President Emmanuel Macron regarding the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, commonly known as the Iran nuclear deal. According to Iran’s Press TV, the French President pointed out that there is “no indication” that the Islamic Republic has violated the nuclear agreement. 
The Iranian regime joyfully endorsed Macron’s statement. However, it is time to fact-check Iran’s compliance with the nuclear deal, because reality does not seem to go hand-in-hand with the French president’s comment. 

Get Rid of the Iran Deal: Here Are Four Options
Get Rid of the Iran Deal: Here Are Four OptionsNational Review, August 17, 2017 - It’s no secret that President Trump would like to shake off the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the nuclear agreement with Iran.Negotiated by the Obama administration and opposed by most Americans when it was finalized in 2015, it was called by candidate Trump “the stupidest deal of all time.”In his search for the right mechanism to break free of Obama’s nuclear handcuffs, he appears to have settled on declaring that Iran is in violation of the agreement.
Questions about the fate of the international arrangement came to the fore during Trump’s presidency first in April and again in July when the recurring 90-day deadline to certify Iran’s compliance came up.

What Iran really wants from the nuclear deal
Dr. Majid Rafizadeh
Arabnews, 14 August 2017 - Iran’s ruling clerics frequently complain, without evidence, that the US is not complying with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the nuclear deal reached in 2015 between Tehran and six world powers. Since Iran continues to receive significant sanctions relief under the agreement, and is also conducting an increasing amount of business with the West, what exactly are they complaining about, and why?

Iran's Rouhani slams nuclear deal saboteurs in debate
AFP, 5 May 2017 - Iran's President Hassan Rouhani criticised conservative opponents for trying to sabotage the nuclear deal with world powers and vowed more civil rights during Friday's second presidential election debate.
In rare criticism of the elite Revolutionary Guards, Rouhani slammed the decision to write anti-Israel messages on ballistic missiles before testing them.
'We saw how they wrote slogans on missiles and showed underground (missile) cities to disrupt the JCPOA (nuclear deal),' he said during the debate, which comes ahead of the May 19 election.
'Our nation got through these issues because the majority of society chose morality and Islam from day one,' he added.

‘Fool Me Once, Shame on You. Fool Me Twice, Shame on Me. Fool Me Thrice…’
BreitBart, May 1, 2017 - Anti-abortion activist Randall Terry famously said, “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.” But in discussing Iran’s nuclear weapons program, we need to ask what it says about subsequent American governments that they have been continually fooled by Tehran’s mullahs in their efforts to develop nuclear weapons.
Last week, we learned that the Iranians are fooling us again.

More than a year ago on January 17, 2016, then President Barack Obama announced on TV the nuclear deal with Iran and also another secretly concluded deal securing freedom for four Iranian-Americans incarcerated by Tehran.
Need for quick inspection of the disclosed site and interviews with experts of the mullahs' regimeThe American Interest, April 26, 2017 - The Nuclear Deal That Keeps Getting Worse
VIENNA, AFP, 25 April 2017 -  Iran nuclear deal under review as uncertainty grows
Watch Out, Atomic Ayatollahs: Trump Shifts From N. Korea To Iran
Iran regime’s secret committee to deceive IAEA on PMD Probe revealed
Good articles on the fate of nuclear deal 
No US Negotiations Outside Nuke Deal, Says Iran Leader
The Hill:Crackdown on the rise in Iran after nuclear pact; no surprise
Will Iran Walk Away from Nuclear Deal?
The Iran deal is Iran’s nuclear bomb
Deep distrust persists between Iran and U.S. despite nuclear deal

Al Arabiya, 26 April 2017
Murky details emerge of the deal that Obama struck with Iran

In exchange, Obama said he had granted clemency to six Iranian-Americans and one Iranian man convicted or awaiting trial or appeal in the US for violations of US sanctions laws. He made clear that they were not charged with “terrorism or any violent offenses.”
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Fearful Reaction of the Highest Officials of the Clerical Regime to the Iranian Resistance Nuclear Disclosure presidential election
Following the Iranian Resistance revelations on April 21 regarding the fact that the mullahs' regime has fully maintained the structure for designing nuclear bomb and in some aspects has expanded its activities, the highest regime officials, including Hossein Dehghan, Defense Minister, Abbas Araghchi, deputy Foreign Minister and point man in nuclear negotiations team and Mohsen Rezai, former commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards and the secretary of the Expediency Council, in a fearful reaction tried to patch up this disclosure and its international impact.
The Iranian Resistance at a press conference in Washington D.C. on April 21 revealed a new facility associated with nuclear project in Plan 6 at Parchin military site that was so far kept secret.
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 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, April 24, 2017 -Addicted to uranium
Trump must resist Iran’s craving for the stuff of nuclear weapons

In a press conference in Washington, DC on Friday, the National Council of Resistance of Iran revealed that the “nerve center” of the Iranian regime’s nuclear weapons project, responsible for designing a nuclear bomb, has been continuing its work.
The engineering unit for the regime’s nuclear weapons program is called the Organization of Defensive Innovation and Research known by its Persian acronym SPND.
The information was gathered by the network of the main Iranian opposition movement, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran, through assets within the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), the Defense Ministry, and SPND, and so on. It shows that following the establishment of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in 2015, not only has the unit remained in place and active, it is now clear that in some fields its activities have even expanded
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Iran violating U.S. deal with secret nukes research, opposition group says
Iran is cheating on its historical deal with the U.S. by secretly conducting research into nuclear weapons components such as bomb triggers and enriched uranium, the main Iranian opposition group said Friday. Rowan Scarborough wrote in ‘The Washington Times’ on April 21, 2017.Read more

One of the arts from Mansour GhadarKhah an Iranian artist who passed away
Despite the fact that a chorus of so-called Iranian human rights advocates, many dispatched by the regime in Tehran, began to place their weight behind the nuclear deal between P 5+1 and Iran, the opposition had beforehand warned of a resulting crackdown. The mullahs in Iran consider the nuclear agreement, and in fact any other pact signed with any party, or parties, of the international community as a green light to step up human rights violations and deadly meddling across the globe. Therefore, recent arrests of journalists and other such measures are of no surprise.
By Shahriar Kia
Kia is a press spokesman for residents of Camp Liberty, Iraq, and members of the People’s Mujahedin Organization of Iran opposition group (PMOI, also known as MEK)
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The world powers are now experiencing what it means to negotiate with Persian theocrats. All is negotiable; nothing is ever finally decided. Words never commit one to action.
 By Dr. Lawrence A. Franklin: He was the Iran Desk Officer for Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld
following is an article by him
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Following is an article by Mohammed Alyahya is a London-based political analyst focusing on Gulf politics and policy. His writing and analysis has appeared on Al-Monitor, the Huffington Post, and U.S. News, the BBC, Al Jazeera, CCTV America and other outlets. Among other affiliations, he is an Associate Fellow at the King Faisal Center for research and Islamic Studies 2014-2015 and a member of the advisory board at the Future Trends in the Gulf Region project at Chatham House.
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As Iran marks the anniversary of the 1979 takeover of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, one could be forgiven for thinking relations were just as bad as ever between the Islamic Republic and America.
The arrests of U.S. citizens, hints of a Cold War-style prisoner swap, fears of Western infiltration and even the shutdown of a lookalike KFC restaurant show the suspicion still held by hard-liners after the nuclear deal with world powers.
In the short term, things may even get worse, analysts say, as Iran’s Supreme Leader Khamenei continues to warn about American influence, a crucial parliamentary election approaches and the country’s intelligence and military services try to hold onto their economic and political power.
The message to the Iranian-American community is: ‘Don’t think you’re going to use your connections to come in and take over economic profits ... in post-deal Iran, because you’re not.
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