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Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Fars News, "Iran Not to Allow IAEA to Inspect Every Site": Obama's Nuclear Deal Isn't Worth the Paper It's Printed on

As reported yesterday by Iran's Fars News in an article entitled "DM: Iran Not to Allow IAEA to Inspect Every Site":

"Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan warned on Wednesday that Tehran would not allow the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to visit every site and facility that it wishes.

'Iran does not plan to issue permission for the IAEA to inspect every site,' Dehqan said in an interview with al-Mayadeen news network on Wednesday.

. . . .

The Iranian Defense Minister reiterated that the time had come for the Americans to realize that they were not the world's super power and no one recognizes them as such any longer."

Or stated otherwise, the IAEA can inspect where Iran is not advancing its nuclear weapons development program, but not where the program is being implemented.

Yup, Obama's nuclear deal with Iran isn't worth the paper it's printed on.

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    September 2, 2015
    Iran Is Already Gloating
    By Amir Abbas Fakhravar & G. William Heiser
    "Details of the nuclear talks between Iran and the five permanent members of the Security Council plus Germany have been made public thanks to Abbas Araghchi, an Iranian deputy nuclear negotiator - much to Araghchi's dismay. The website of the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting, or IRIB, accidentally published the minutes of an off-the-record briefing with Araghchi on Aug. 5. The transcript was removed within hours after Araghchi voiced his anger, but the damage had been done. ...

    Araghchi said this means that the Iranian nuclear program has been certified in its entirety.

    Araghchi expanded on this point by quoting Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Rybakov, who headed the Russian negotiating team. Reportedly, Rybakov said:

    "I was telling my associates last night that these Iranians are truly geniuses. They came to get a green light for their enrichment program from the Security Council in exchange for what? In exchange for their sanctions to be lifted. Not only do they not give anything in exchange, but they receive something in exchange for what they receive! Their sanctions will be lifted and their enrichment will continue."

    [you would think this would be most embarrassing to those currently running a victory lap at the WH, but ...]