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The Iranian regime has not halted its military nuclear program, even as nuclear negotiations with the West continue in Vienna, intelligence from inside the regime can confirm.
The revelation was made by Mohammad Mohaddessin, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), at an International Justice Committee press conference in Brussels on November 20.
The Iranian regime must suspend its enrichment of uranium and heavy water production, and abide by its obligations to the United Nations and treaty agreements before any nuclear deal with the West can be struck, Canadian MP Irwin Cotler has declared.
The regime must also agree to inform the international community about its past proliferation activities and co-operate fully with IAEA inspectors during the crucial talks in Vienna, Mr Cotler said.
The goal of the ongoing nuclear negotiations with the Iranian regime should be “to prevent — not delay — a nuclear Iran”, Pennsylvania lawmakers have declared.
Representatives Patrick Meehan, Charlie Dent and Jim Gerlach were among the legislators who released a joint statement declaring: "Iran lost its right to an independent nuclear program when it became the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism, and any nuclear power facilities in Iran should be controlled and operated by international observers.”
House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce (R-CA) and Ranking Member Eliot Engel (D-NY) issued the following statement as negotiators attempt to reach a final agreement on Iran’s nuclear program by November 24th. This week’s talks in Vienna will attempt to finalize the agreement that was outlined by the interim “joint plan of action” signed a year ago.
The Wall Street Journal writes: "With a Monday deadline looming, either success or failure of the talks would have fateful implications for Washington’s ties to the Middle East and for the potential spread of atomic arms in the region.
"What diplomats say is the most likely outcome—an extension of talks—would prolong uncertainty over the conflict between Iran and the West."
Press release – ISJ Conference – Brussels 20.11.2014
The International Committee In Search of Justice (ISJ) disclosed in a press conference in Brussels today (Thursday, Nov 20, 2014) that in the past two decades the Iranian regime has concealed its nuclear military program inside a civil program and has covertly advanced it.
In this conference, ISJ presented the conclusion of its extensive investigation of several months about Iranian regime’s nuclear projects in a 100-page report. According to this investigation, Iran’s nuclear program in the past two decades has been composed of two apparently dissimilar systems; one is a civil system that includes the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) and the universities, and the other is a military system that has been the principal part and the clandestine aspect of this program. These two structures, much like two concentric circles, have worked side by side with the nuclear military system at the heart of this program.