Iran Regime's Proxies in UAE Sentenced to Prison for Smuggling Military Equipment

NCRI - The State Security Department at UAE Federal Supreme Court sentenced on Wednesday April 26 two Iranian nationals to three years’ imprisonment, a 500,000-dirham fine, and deportation from the UAE for trying to smuggle military equipment from the country.

Revelation of Iran Regime's Continued Secret Nuclear Activities

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.

NCRI Revelation: Activities Continue at Organization Responsible for Work on Nuclear Weapons

NCRI - 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.

Chairman McCaul: the Iranian Regime Is Directly Responsible for Terror Attacks,and Death of Americans

McCaul Statement on Review of Iran Deal by Trump Administration

Apr 19, 2017 Press Release

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Chairman Michael McCaul (TX-10) - a senior member of the Foreign Affairs Committee - released the below statement following the administration’s decision to launch an interagency review on the Iran nuclear deal.

Status of the Iranian Regime's Nuclear Bomb Making Apparatus Details to Be Revealed

Washington, DC, April 19 – Through information received from the Mujahedin-e Khalq (PMOI/MEK) network within Iran, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) has obtained critical and reliable intelligence on the latest status of the Iranian regime’s nuclear bomb-making apparatus.

the Illicit Nuclear Activities of Iran Regime, a Threat to the Security of the U.S.

The following is an excerpt of an article titled: “Dismantling sanctions emboldens Iran, Trump can forge a new policy” which appeared on ‘The Hill’ on April 11, 2017.edition.

U.S. President Donald Trump, with the apparent support of the Republican Senate, appears poised to unveil new targeted sanctions on Iran in the coming days. While the details of the sanctions are unclear, the administration’s acknowledgment and willingness to act strongly against Iran is a turning point for the Middle East.

Iran Regime Continues to Provide Missile Technology to Terror Organizations Across the Middle East

State Dept.: Sanctions Alone Not Enough to Stop Iran’s Missile Program

Sanctions on Iran are not enough to stop the country's illicit ballistic missile program, according to senior State Department officials, who said on Thursday that a new package of sanctions targeting the Islamic Republic would not halt the country's missile development.Wrote Adam Kredo in ‘The Washington Free Beacon’ on March 30, 2017 and the article continues as follows:

Even a Paper Clip Can't Be Sold or Shipped to Iran by a U.S. Person

Think the United States has weak sanctions on Iran? Think again.

U.S. persons remain prohibited from doing business in or with Iran despite implementation of the Iranian nuclear deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). The JCPOA negotiations involved China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany, the European Union, and Iran. They were completed in 2015. Under the JCPOA, the United States withdrew some of its nuclear-related secondary sanctions in exchange for Iran's compliance. However, the primary prohibitions and restrictions of the Iran sanctions program that affect U.S. persons and entities remain in place today. Wrote Doreen Edelman, in ‘The Hill’ on March 25, 2017 and the article continues as follows:

Iran Disputes Obligation to Ship out Excess Heavy Water

The Iran nuclear deal signed in 2015 with major world powers requires Iran to adhere to limits regarding its stock of heavy water. The excess must be shipped abroad.

However, Iran is challenging the obligation to ship out any stock that exceeds the 130-tonne limit. This has raised concerns that there will be a confrontation with the Trump administration because the Islamic Republic is fast approaching the limit.

NCRI Revelation: Activities Continue at Organization Responsible for Work on Nuclear Weapons

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