Sunday, February 24, 2019

Iran Moving Towards Developing Nuclear Weapons

Report: Iran Preparing To Make Leap To Nuke Bombs. Dems Demand US Reenter Iran Deal

According to reports at I24 news and Israel’s channel 13  the head of MI6, Great Britain’s Secret Intelligence Service visited Israel in secret this week to meet with his Israeli counterparts regarding coordinating intelligence efforts over concerns that Iran may be gearing up to make the leap to developing a nuclear weapon. Despite this, the Democrats are demanding that the US reenter the flawed JCPOA.
Although Israel has been warning the world that Tehran would find ways to cheat on the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, the UK and other EU countries have continued to support the JCPOA agreement and have opposed the American re-imposed in August and November 2018.
Britain, France, and Germany established a barter-type system known as INSTEX that is designed to allow their businesses to skirt direct financial transactions with Iran and thereby make an end around the US sanctions.
According to the report, Israeli intelligence assesses Tehran is “making preparations” and “getting ready” for nuclear capabilities within the bounds of the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA or Iran nuclear deal), but has purposefully avoided an official decision on furthering the process toward producing an actual bomb.

Iran “is gearing up for the renewal of uranium enrichment within the provisions of the deal,” as indicated by its resumption of centrifuge production, according to the report’s citing of Western intelligence sources.

The report further claimed that Tehran is “preparing the infrastructure” for nuclear activity “in an accelerated fashion.

The report notes that Iran has recently renewed its production of centrifuges “and is accelerating the pace to renew uranium enrichment” within the clauses of the agreement.
Some of the information about Iran’s status may have come from an Iranian nuclear scientist whose escape from the rogue regime was aided by the Mossad, MI6 and the CIA

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