The Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) network inside Iran has obtained reliable information that a top-secret committee is in charge of drafting the answers to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) regarding the Possible Military Dimensions (PMD) of Tehran’s nuclear program, according to the revelations made by Iranian opposition in a conference in Washington on Wednesday.
Several weeks ago the United States of America finished negotiations with a mistrusting and hard to negotiate with partner in the form of the Islamic Republic of Iran, leading to a nuclear agreement that is met with skepticism by the allies of the U.S including Saudi Arabia and with outrage by Israel. Irrelevant to the way that the administration tries to portray the deal it is a bad one for the United States. The deal fails at its main objective of shutting down all pathways for Tehran reaching its dream of getting a nuclear arsenal. The method of keeping check on the regime and verifying their devotion to the deal is full of loopholes in light of the history of the regimes deception and concealment through the past two decades. The 24 day advance notice before inspection of the undesignated sites is simply illogical.
“Thirteen years after Natanz, I fear that the JCPOA has only served to enable more of the same. The assumption that the cunning mullahs have had a sudden change of heart is wrong,” says Alireza Jafarzadeh who first made public the existence of the site on 14 August 2002 relying on information compiled by the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).
Sir David Amess is the Conservative MP for Southend West in the House of Commons and co-chair of the British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom (BPCIF).
He writes for the Business Insider and is of the opinion that the nuclear deal is a weak deal. It is a step backward and Tehran could have been pressured for more concessions had the negotiators stood their ground.
Alireza Jafarzadeh, the deputy director of the Washington office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) and the author of “The Iran Threat” (Palgrave MacMillan: 2008), has written an important article on the Iran nuclear deal in today's edition of Roll Call.
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