The Truth on Iran's Nuclear Weapons Program

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Nile Bowie
May 25, 2012


The Truth on Iran's Nuclear Weapons Program
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Nile Bowie is an independent writer and photojournalist based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He is a Regular Contributor to Global Research.

As posted on Global Research:

As prospects for a preemptive strike on Iran remain ever present, the recent round of talks between the P5+1 and Iran in Baghdad on May 23rd, 2012 have resulted in a familiar stalemate. As a precondition for any deal to stop higher-grade uranium enrichment, Tehran requested immediate relief from economic sanctions as a show of reciprocity.

Iranian chief negotiator Saeed Jalili emphasized Tehran’s right to develop peaceful nuclear energy as a signatory to the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, while the P5+1 refused to scale back economic sanctions, insisting Iran suspend its 20% uranium enrichment program.

As leaders in Tel Aviv assert that Israel may conduct military strikes against Iran before the US Presidential elections in November, Major General Hassan Firouzabadi of the Iranian Armed Forces reiterated Iran’s commitment to the full annihilation of the Zionist regime and the continual support of Palestinian autonomy. Even if Tehran reaches an agreement with the IAEA, Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak refused to rule out a military strike against Iranian facilities, demanding that Iran dismantle its uranium enrichment sites and use only imported fuel.

Although the recent conference in Baghdad failed to meet the expectations of its participants, Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany have agreed to hold another round of talks in Moscow on June 18th. As a further indication of division between P5+1 participants, Germany has pledged to work toward a political and diplomatic solution to Iran’s nuclear energy issues by providing Tehran with technical assistance in developing a peaceful nuclear program, while the US Senate recently approved a new round of sanctions against Iran aimed at any country or company that provides technology or resources to develop Tehran’s oil and uranium resources. The new legislation targets Iran’s national oil and tanker firms and widens sanctions on Iran’s energy sector to any international joint venture where Tehran is a substantial partner or investor. As the US continually pressures Beijing to join its oil embargo, the Chinese Foreign Ministry remains vocally opposed to the new package of economic sanctions against Iran.

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2012 / 05 / 25
Chris Brennan says:

Any Cia color revolution is dead in the water, they've already banned the groups you've mentioned because of the last abortive Green revolution.

In any case, the Anglo-Saxons and their stooges will keep the pressure up vs. the Islamic republic.

2012 / 05 / 26
Sajiad Rezai says:

^ I think if the Iranian people rose up again in the form of the Green revolution, the West would find ways to covertly support opposition actors like the MEK, as Bowie mentioned, it could boil over into an Arab Spring style armed insurrection. Even if ngos are barred from operating in Iran, the Western media would use any uprising to further pressure the mullah regime

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