NCRI - Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, called on G8 foreign ministers to impose immediate comprehensive sanctions on the Iranian regime. She said: Imposing sanctions on the regime is the first crucial step to prevent it from acquiring nuclear weapons. The Iranian people who seek regime change demand this.
WASHINGTON, February 22, 2010 (AFP) - The United States said Monday that Iran's plan to build two new uranium enrichment plants is "further evidence" it rejects engagement with the international community.
State Department spokesman Philip Crowley added that the United States and other powers were reviewing Iranian targets for sanctions and Washington would offer specific proposals to the United Nations in the coming weeks.
Comprehensive sanctions against mullahs is first step, but the ultimate solution is to get rid of fundamentalists armed with nuclear bomb
NCRI - Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, described the latest report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which expresses concern on the military dimensions of the Iranian regime’s nuclear projects, its activities related to nuclear warheads and detonators, nuclear explosion technology, persistent violations of resolutions by the UN Security Council and the IAEA’s Board of Governors against the activities on nuclear sites such as Qom, Natanz, Darkhovin and Arak, involvement of the regime’s military organs in nuclear projects, not responding to IAEA’s questions and imposing restrictions on its operations, as a warning to the international community. She emphasized that all these call for a firm policy and reaction by the international community.
NCRI - Remarks by mullahs’ President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Sunday, February 7, regarding the production of 20 percent enriched uranium and his admission that the regime possesses laser enrichment technology are a foolish crack at blackmail and a despicable preemptive bid to evade the imposition of international sanctions. Faced with the nationwide uprising of the Iranian people and caught in a downward spiral towards its imminent downfall, the desperate clerical regime needs nuclear weapons for its survival.
NCRI - Iranian regime's Defense Minister, Revolutionary Guard Ahmad Vahidi, announced on Monday the regime's plans for "unveiling three satellites," named Tolo, Mesbah II, and Navid-e Elm-o San’at, on Wednesday. In a hollow and ridiculous gesture he said that "The message of the Islamic Republic of Iran against any threat would be devastating and stormy." (State-run Mehr news agency, February 1)
NCRI - Iranian regime test fired a missile with the range of about 2,500 km on Wednesday, December 16, 2009. Revolutionary Guard Ahmad Vahidi, the regime’s Minister of Defense, described the new Sejil 2 missile as the upgraded version of previous one that would serve as a “strong deterrent” against any possible foreign attack.
"Given its high speed, it is impossible to destroy the missile with anti-missile systems because of its radar-evading ability,” Vahidi told state-run TV.
Latest decision by Iran, underlines the need to impose comprehensive sanctions against mullahs
Ali Larijani, Speaker of Majlis (mullahs’ parliament), on Sunday totally rejected the hand over of enriched uranium in exchange for fuel. While he could not conceal his disappointment towards the latest remarks by the U.S. President Obama on the clerical regime, he said, “There is not going to be another opportunity to discuss deceitful ideas such as exchange of material. People of Iran have realized the scope of your remarks and dishonest proposals and will not allow you to play with their national interests.” In a ludicrous manner he tried to threaten foreign powers and said, “People will give you a powerful answer by coming to the scene.” (State-run TV, December 13)