Middle East Will Never Be Peaceful If Iran Regime Is Allowed to Continue as It Is

NCRI Staff

NCRI - Even though the Iran nuclear deal has been in place since 2015, Iran remains one of the most serious threats to the security in the Middle East. For as long as the Iranian regime is in power, there will never be peace in the Middle East.

Why Iran's Nuclear Deal Backfired

NCRI Staff

NCRI - When President Barack Obama struck a deal with the Iranian Regime in 2015, it was always about something more than just the nuclear programme. It was about reshaping US policy in the Middle East.

He wanted to work with the Iranian Regime, even if that meant risking traditional US alliances in the Middle East, which were, if nothing else, maintaining stability in the region.

Nikki Haley: Iran Regime Hides Behind Its Assertion of Technical Compliance With the Nuclear Deal

NCRI Staff

NCRI - "As a council, we've adopted a dangerously shortsighted approach," Haley, the top American diplomat at the U.N., said during a Wednesday meeting. "Iran must be judged in totality of its aggressive, destabilizing, and unlawful behavior. To do otherwise would be foolish." ‘Washington Examiner’ reported on Wednesday October 18. An excerpt of the report is as follows:

Iran: Locations of Nuclear Activities Revealed

NCRI Staff

NCRI - It is expected the United States President Donald Trump is going to “decertify” the Iranian nuclear deal. Formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), it was put in place to bring a halt to Iran’s nuclear program.

Iran Nuclear Deal and October 15 Deadline

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NCRI - Interview with Mohammad Ali Towhidi, member of the National Council of Resistance of Iran

The October 15 deadline on compliance of Iran with nuclear deal is approaching and this issue is making the headlines on international media. The US media reports indicate that the US government will not approve Iran’s compliance with the nuclear deal.

The Flawed Iran Deal

NCRI Staff

NCRI - What should be the U.S. policy towards Iranian regime? This question is extensively being discussed, given the undeniable worldwide impact of the correct answer and the implication of it by Trump administration, looking into the wide spectrum of opinions in this regard is vital, the following article by John Bolton appeared in ‘The Hill’ today:

John Bolton: Mr. President, don't put America at risk with flawed Iran deal

The Evidence of Compliance by Iran Regime, at Best, Is Ambiguous

NCRI Staff

NCRI - With the fast approaching October 15, all sorts of speculations and reflections about the necessities or consequences of certifying or decertifying of the Iran’s nuclear deal by president trump is being professed.

Despite Its Threats, Iran Regime Does Not Want Nuclear Deal to Unravel

NCRI Staff

NCRI - There have been numerous rumours that United States President Donald Trump will decertify Iran’s compliance with the nuclear deal next week. He is obliged to inform Congress by 15th October of his decision. If he does go ahead and decertify Iran, Congress will then have 60 days to decide whether the sanctions that were in place before the nuclear deal was signed are to be reimposed. This would certainly spell the end of the deal.

Trump Must Decertify and Abandon Iran Deal

NCRI Staff

NCRI - A senior fellow at the National Review Institute wrote an op-ed for National Review advising Donald Trump to decertify the Iranian nuclear deal and walk away from the pact altogether.

Andrew C. McCarthy wrote that Iran has not been compliant with the nuclear deal for even a moment and that the US must stand strong to support human rights and oppose terrorism.

Iran news in brief

Alireza Jafarzadeh press conference on Iran missile program 20June2017

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


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