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Iran Regime's Lies and Concealments in Atomic Projects After the Nuclear Agreement

Mrs. Rajavi had warned about the mullahs’ deceptions

Ali Akbar Salehi, head of the Atomic Agency of the mullahs’ regime confessed that the mullahs had concealed parts of the banned nuclear equipment. In an interview with a state TV station, he said: "the tubes that the fuel goes through them there, we had bought similar tubes previously, but I could not declare them at the time, only one person knew about it in Iran".

Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran Threatens to Go Nuclear

By INU Staff

INU- During his nine-country Middle East tour, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo renewed efforts to form a tighter coalition with eight Arab states to generate greater pressure on Iran, and signed a memorandum of understanding at Doha in Qatar that expands the U.S. military base there.

Iran Regime’s Factional Feud over Nuclear Deal

By INU Staff

INU- Among members of the faction closely allied to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, comments of Mohammad Zarif, Minister of Foreign Affairs, regarding the nuclear deal — that it was not economic — have raised eyebrows.

Fars News Agency wrties, “The goal of the negotiations was to lift the sanctions,” and points out the contradiction between Zarif’s comments and Khamenei’s.

U.S. foreign policy on Iran is going in the right directio

By INU Staff

INU- StaffThe Trump administration has focused heavily on the Iran threat and is currently implementing the maximum pressure campaign that it announced earlier this year. Trump has made it very clear that he will not tolerate Iran’s belligerence and any threat that it is responsible for.

Iran Demands Economic Cooperation,

By Edward Carney

As Reuters reported on Tuesday, the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran has issued new threats of prospective Iranian withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal, as part of an effort to pressure the agreement’s European signatories into granting Tehran additional incentives and economic advantages.

Despite IAEA Report on Nuclear Compliance, Pressure Mounts for the Iranian Regime

By Siavosh

Although the International Atomic Energy Agency announced on Thursday that Iran was still in compliance with the restrictions put in place on its nuclear program by the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, the US sought to shine a light on other aspects of Iran’s pursuit of weapons of mass destruction, in an apparent effort to further justify the American withdrawal from the agreement.

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