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Statements: Nuclear

Iran: Referring mullahs' nuclear file to Security Council only way to confront blackmail

Ending talks, referring mullahs' nuclear file to Security Council only way to confront Tehran's blackmail, preventing it from obtaining the A-bombEnding talks, referring mullahs' nuclear file to Security Council only way to confront Tehran's blackmail, preventing it from obtaining the A-bomb

Following a week-long campaign of threats and blackmail, the clerical regime started the process of breaking off the seals of the Isfahan nuclear facility last night. French news agency quoted remarks by Supreme National Security Spokesman (SNSC) Ali Agha Mohammadi on the state-run television in which he said, "Initial preparations have been made. Inspectors from the IAEA are working, controlling (surveillance) cameras and making their own controls so that the seals can be removed," nuclear negotiator Ali Agha Mohammadi said on state television. When their work is completed this will mean that the (uranium conversion) plant at Isfahan will restart. It is routine and practical work but from our point of view Isfahan is already back online."

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Iran resumes nuclear activities

Resumption of nuclear activities in Isfahan and Natanz necessitates referral of mullahs' nuke file to UN Security CouncilResumption of nuclear activities in Isfahan and Natanz necessitates referral of mullahs' nuke file to UN Security Council

The clerical regime announced, "according to the decision by senior officials" and "by sending a letter to the International Atomic Energy Agency, nuclear activities on the production of UCF in Isfahan will begin this week, before Mohammad Khatami's tenure ends," the state-controlled news agency, Fars, reported yesterday. It quoted "informed sources" as saying, "probably part of the nuclear activities in Natanz will resume shortly."

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Tehran's nuclear point man Hassan Rowhani makes startling admission

- In past 21months we achieved brilliant results in technical, legal, political, propaganda and national security spheres
- We alleviated many shortcomings, did not suspend Isfahan project at all, started it up industrially and produced several tons of UF6. We did not suspend work in Arak and today we have significant number of centrifuges ready for use
- The  nuclear crisis began in August 2002 because of Mojahedin actions
- Fuel cycle is a red line, upon which regime leaders and experts agree
- NCRI Foreign Affairs Committee Chair: Two-year talks only helped mullahs inch closer to nuclear bomb. EU-3 must abandon the talks immediately, refer Iran’s nuclear file to the Security Council.

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Iranian Resistance warns of mullahs' efforts to acquire nuclear bombs

Mullahs acknowledge two-year talks with EU-3 added to Tehran's nuclear capabilitySimultaneous with EU foreign ministers' meeting in Brussels, the Iranian Resistance warns of mullahs' efforts to acquire nuclear bombs

Mullahs acknowledge two-year talks with EU-3 added to Tehran's nuclear capability

Simultaneous with the EU foreign ministers' meeting in Brussels, the Iranian Resistance warned of efforts by the clerical regime to acquire nuclear weapons, adding that continuing the failed policy of appeasing the ruling theocracy left the gates open for the terrorist mullahs to obtain the A-bomb.

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Continuing appeasement emboldening mullahs in pursuit of nuclear weapons

ImageContinuing appeasement emboldening mullahs in suppression, export of terror and pursuit of nuclear weapons program

Threatening the European side in the nuclear talks, Hassan Rowhani, secretary for the Supreme National Security Council, said in a speech to the Majlis (Parliament), "If negotiations between Iran and Europe over the nuclear issue prove fruitless, we will halt them."

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