Internal sources within the Iranian regime say that the new report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) about its nuclear activities, released on 24 May 2011, has met with fearful reactions in the ranks of the Iranian regime.
Intelligence and security circles within the regime have concluded that the report is much stronger than the previous reports, specially the paragraph referring to "military dimensions" to Iran's nuclear development program. They also concluded that since this report is the basis for decisions made by the United Nations Security Council, a UNSC resolution (number 5) against the Iranian regime should be expected soon.
Meanwhile the IAEA 9 page report continues to draw media attention in the West.
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|Obama aides dismiss Seymour Hersh's Iran story
"All you need to read to be deeply concerned about Iran's nuclear program is the substantial body of information already in the public domain, including the most recent IAEA report," a senior administration official said. Read On...
New Evidence on Iran's Nuclear Aspirations
An Inopportune Moment to Launch the New Seymour Hersh Piece
The White House Pushes Back Claim That Iran Lacks Nuke Ambitions
Inspectors Pierce Iran's Cloak of Nuclear Secrecy
Does Iran Now Have Nuclear Capable Warheads?
|Father of hanged political prisoners writes to Ban Ki-moon
|The hanging was so swift that it leaves no doubt that the country's judicial and security officials wanted to use it to score political and security points and continue to instill an atmosphere of fear and terror in order to implement their goals. Read On...|
|Maryam Rajavi strongly condemns murder of political prisoner Hale Sahabi
|IRGC guards and plainclothes agents of Khamenei raided the burial ceremony of Mr. Ezzatollah Sahabi, and murdered his daughter Hale Sahabi through beating her until she passed out and died. Subsequently, the regime called this villainous and heinous crime a "heart stroke". Read On...|