In what appears to be a confirmation of Israel's suspicions that the Obama administration deceived the public regarding the Iran Nuclear Deal signed last year, a new document has surfaced revealing that Iran can reach the bomb sooner and quicker.
Experts say the International Atomic Energy Agency needs to revisit Parchin to ensure that Iran is not 'working on key aspects of a nuclear explosive device,' as per last year’s nuclear deal. Without access to Parchin and other military sites, such assurances will be 'unverifiable.'
The Wall Street Journal reported that the Obama administration has concluded that uranium particles discovered last year at a secretive Iranian military base likely were tied to the country’s covert nuclear weapons program, a finding that contradicts Tehran’s denials that it was pursuing a bomb.
With today's International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) announcement that Iran has fulfilled its initial obligations under the nuclear deal, Iran gains billions of dollars in sanctions relief from the US and Europe.
Reza Najafi, Iran’s envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said that Iran’s implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) was conditional on the closure of the investigation into the Possible Military Dimensions (PMD) of Iran’s nuclear program.
The implementation of the Iran nuclear deal is meant to begin Sunday, but only time will tell if Iran will comply with the agreement and whether the international community will actually hold the Islamic Republic to its word.
Following a US House resolution declaring that Obama has broken US law by not giving Congress access to Iran's side agreements, US Rep Peter Roskam said the House must "pursue legal action against Obama for blatant disregard for the law."