IAEA Inspectors Found Radioactive Material, Violataions of JCPOA in Tehran, By Following Mossad Directions
The IAEA has not made the information public, nor was it shared during a quarterly meeting of the agency's 35 member nation Board of Governors this past week.
On Wednesday, Iran’s military chief of staff Major General Mohammad Baqeri said that a crushing response is awaiting those who threaten the security of Iran and its borders.
“The Agency continues to verify the non-diversion of nuclear material declared by Iran under its Safeguards Agreement. Evaluations regarding the absence of undeclared nuclear material and activities continue.”
Israeli intelligence agencies have helped prevent at least 50 terror attacks planned by the Islamic State group and Iran in 20 countries across the globe over the past three years, according to Israel's Channel 12 television.
"The United States’ maximum pressure campaign against Iran and its proxies, Hezbollah chief among them, has already succeeded in limiting the financial support Hezbollah receives from the Iranian regime."
The deal was based on a lie: that Iran was not seeking nuclear weapons.
Iran’s enrichment of uranium to the 5 percent level will reduce its breakout time to a nuclear weapon by approximately two months.
European leaders: "We urge Iran to reverse this step and to refrain from further measures that undermine the nuclear deal."
The Russians warned that the incident may have serious consequences and that "responsibility for that will rest entirely on those who never stop their attempts to exert maximum illegitimate pressure on Teheran and Damascus."
Meanwhile, Panama announced on Thursday that the ship, Grace 1, had been taken off its international boat registry on May 29, and can they have their flag back.
The quality of the targets Israel destroyed in its last attack in Syrian territory earlier this week, stunned the Iranian military leadership, which realized...
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif confirmed on Monday that Tehran’s stockpile of 3.67% enriched uranium has exceeded the 300kg limit stated in the nuclear deal.
“We will go further from that ceiling, not only that but we will also increase production drastically."
Damascus, Homs, and Tartous are among the areas were Iranian military sites were attacked overnight.
Secretary Patrushev should consult Wikipedia. We did.
“Iran has increased uranium enrichment and will pass the 300-kg ceiling specified under the nuclear deal on June 27."
Patrushev told the summit participants that Russia is combating terrorism jointly with Iran—which probably did not convince them.
“Today’s action targets commanders of the IRGC’s Navy, Aerospace, and Ground Forces ... and the commanders of the IRGC Navy’s (IRGCN) five naval districts."
Reportedly, the RQ-4 Global Hawk made by Northrop Grumman Corp cost more than the new F-35 stealth fighters.
Meanwhile, according to Fars News, a former employee of the Iranian Defense Ministry's Aerospace Industries Organization was executed for carrying out espionage operations for the White House and the CIA.
“There were numerous civil aviation aircraft operating in the area at the time of the intercept” of the US drone."
Congressional leaders were briefed in the Situation Room. When they came out, Congressional Democrats urged the president to ask Congress for authorization for military action.
Spokesperson for UN's Guterres: “Obviously the facts need to be established. . . Various parties are looking into the issue right now.”
Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen said they launched military operations against the Saudi airport.
IRGC Commander Salami said the drone attack was "an open, clear and categorical message, which is, the defenders of the borders of Iran will decisively deal with any foreign aggression."
The investigation indicates that before his arrest, Shafut began to carry out the missions the Iranians had assigned to him.
On Saturday, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said his country cannot remain unilaterally committed to the nuclear deal.
Responding to Pompeo's insistence that his assessment of Iran's involvement was based on intelligence and analysis of the weapons used in the attack, the Kremlin spokesman said, "It’s absurd to refer to any secret data in this case."
The attacks represent "clear evidence of the Iranian regime’s policy and intentions to target the security and stability of the region.”
Fars News cited "a prominent Saudi expert" named Hezam al-Hezam, who said that UAE intelligence was behind the attacks on that oil tankers, "in a move to inflame war against Iran."