NCRI - Senior United States lawmakers have condemned the Obama's administration's decision to purchase 32 metric tons of the Iranian regime's heavy water, produced from Tehran's nuclear weapons program.
The mullahs' regime on Friday announced that it had finalized a deal with U.S. companies that are buying its heavy water.
NCRI - Following the Obama administration’s announcement on Friday that it is buying 32 tons of heavy water, a key component in atomic-weapons development, from the Iranian regime for an estimated $8.6 million, Alireza Jafarzadeh, deputy director of the U.S. Representative Office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), said:
United States President Barack Obama on Friday criticized the Iranian regime's leaders for undermining the “spirit” of last year’s nuclear agreement with major world powers.
In comments following the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington, Obama denied speculation that the U.S. would ease rules preventing dollars from being used in financial transactions with Iran in order to boost the regime’s engagement with the rest of the world, The Hill reported.
The United Nations Security Council’s reluctance to sanction Iran's regime over its ballistic missile program is drawing an angry response from a key member of the United States Congress, The Washington Post reported on Wednesday.
Reuters reported Wednesday that UN Security Council diplomats don’t think the case for sanctions is very strong because under the relevant UN resolution Iran's regime is only “called upon” to not conduct ballistic missile tests that could deliver a nuclear weapon – it is not forbidden from doing so.
The Iranian regime's scientists have been present at nearly every major North Korean missile test for decades, U.S. Congressman Ted Poe says, adding that in the aftermath of the world powers' nuclear deal with Iran's regime the danger from the Iran-North Korea strategic alliance is even greater.
"A satellite flying in space over the American Super Bowl, unprovoked missile launches, the test of a so-called hydrogen bomb and threats to destroy Manhattan. This is just a snapshot of what North Korea has been up to this year alone. Although the circumstances and truth surrounding each of these actions remain murky, it’s probably safe to assume that Iranian experts were on site to witness these latest violations of international law. Why? Because Iranian scientists have been present at nearly every major North Korean missile test for decades," Rep. Poe wrote in The Hill on Wednesday.
The Iranian regime has built out an underground facility at its Parchin military complex, and also removed “potentially incriminating traces of activity” while international nuclear talks were underway, satellite images published by intelligence site Stratfor reveal.
(Brussels, 22 January 2016) - Subsequent to the IAEA report and lifting of sanctions, the International Committee In Search of Justice (ISJ) that has been closely following Iran’s nuclear projects in the past years and its negotiations with the P5+1, considers it necessary to refer to the following points:
Legislation that could undermine the international nuclear deal with Iran's regime cleared a U.S. congressional panel on Thursday, setting up a potential showdown over one of U.S. President Barack Obama's signature foreign policy initiatives.
Iran's regime unveiled a new underground missile depot on Tuesday with state television showing Emad precision-guided missiles in store which the United States says can take a nuclear warhead and violate a 2010 U.N. Security Council resolution, Reuters reported.