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Iranian Attacks, Nuclear Ultimatum May Pave the Way for International Consensus

By Edward Carney

It was reported on Tuesday that the White House had ordered the deployment of additional military personnel to the Middle East as tensions with the Islamic Republic of Iran continued to develop. At the same time, American officials continued to release information explaining the situation, justifying military deterrence, and arguably making the case for broader international cooperation in addressing Iranian threats.

Iran Regime’s Nuclear Ultimatum May Have Opposite of Intended Effect on European Policy

By Edward Carney

Although the European signatories to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal remain broadly committed to upholding it a year after US President Donald Trump announced his nation’s withdrawal, the latest tensions between America and the Islamic Republic are testing the extent of that commitment.

Iran angry at France over tweets regarding nuclear deal

By INU Staff

INU - Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi has said that tweets by Gerard Araud, the French Ambassador to the United States, are "obvious and major violations of the JCPOA and UN resolution 2131" if they reflect the official views of the French government, while the Iranian Foreign Ministry summoned French ambassador to Tehran Philippe Thiebaud and gave him a letter explaining their protest.

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.

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