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Iran offers no "nuclear threat". There is not the slightest evidence that it has the centrifuges necessary to enrich Uranium to weapons-grade material. The head of the IAEA, Mohamed ElBaradei, has repeatedly said his inspectors have found nothing to support American and Israeli claims. Iran has done nothing illegal; it has demonstrated no territorial ambitions nor has it engaged in the occupation of a foreign country - unlike the United States, Britain and Israel. It has complied with its obligations under the Non-Proliferation Treaty to allow inspectors to "go anywhere and see anything" - unlike the US and Israel. The latter has refused to recognise the NPT, and has between 200 and 500 thermonuclear weapons targeted at Iran and other Middle Eastern states.
"The agency has been able to verify the non-diversion of the declared nuclear materials at the enrichment facilities in Iran and has therefore concluded that it remains in peaceful use."
International Atomic Energy Agency report, Aug. 28, 2007
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The addition of John Bolton to Trump's national security team is another boost for critics of the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran. Bolton is in favour of killing the deal and has previously supported the idea of bombing Iran. Many Iranians say they won't miss the deal if it is scrapped, as small businesses feel it ...
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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has warned the West will come to "regret" the day the nuclear agreement collapses, laying blame on the United States for trying to sabotage the historic deal. Rouhani's comment came as a senior Revolutionary Guard official vowed on Tuesday that Iran will defy pressure ...
Netanyahu's address came as Trump and Congress are considering their options on the Iranian nuclear deal, which the president decertified in October. Senators, led by Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker, R-Tenn., are working on legislation that could reimpose sanctions on Iran if it ...
So I'm not sure that [ending the Iran deal] is gonna end up having a detrimental effect.” Trump has long opposed the 2015 deal, which curtails Tehran's development of nuclear weapons in return for sanctions relief, partly because his predecessor in the White House, Barack Obama, regarded it as a ...
Iran will not negotiate over its ballistic missiles until the United States and Europe dismantle their nuclear weapons, a top Iranian military official said on Saturday. While Iran has accepted curbs on its nuclear work — which it says is for purely peaceful purposes — it has repeatedly refused to discuss its ...
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