Iran’s Nuclear

The Key Role of the Iranian Resistance and the MEK in Exposing Iran’s Nuclear Arms Ambition

Iran’s Nuclear

Reports provided by the  (PMOI / MEK Iran) have made the international community aware of the intentions of the Mullahs regime to build nuclear weapons capability.

The United States State Department’s Bureau of Arms Control, Verification and Compliance just published its 2020 report in which it has referred to the Iranian regime’s infringements of the nuclear Non–Proliferation Treaty (NPT). It also mentioned the role of the Iranian Resistance (NCRI) has played in exposing the regime’s nuclear activities.  This goes back to 2002 when the (PMOI / MEK Iran) revealed the facts about the intentions of the regime to obtain nuclear weapons and that nuclear facilities were under construction at Natanz and Arak which had not been declared to the IAEA. Due to these revelations, Iran was considered to be non-compliant.

In 2009, after reports from MEK that the regime was developing uranium in Iran, the regime decided to broadcast a report about a uranium facility that was being constructed in Qom. From 2006 to 2011, the Security Council adopted numerous resolutions on Iran, five of which consisted of mandatory obligations under Chapter VII of the UN Charter.

Due to the MEK’s exposure to the development of the Natanz Uranium enrichment site and Arak Heavy Water facility in August 2002, this initiated inspections by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the measures taken by the United Nations Security Council. If the resistance movement hadn’t done this then the whole of the Middle East would be living in fear of a nuclear bomb had been constructed.

Iran is still breaching its commitment under the terms of its 2015 nuclear deal with the world’s powers because, on November 8th, Iran’s enriched uranium stockpile had increased to 372.3 kg Uranium (U), comprising 212.6 kg U enriched up to 3.67 percent that had been produced before July 8 and 159.7 kg U enriched up to 4.5 percent that had been produced after July 8th. In early September, Iran announced that its next step to scale back implementation of its JCPOA commitments would involve lifting all limits on its development of more advanced centrifuges for uranium enrichment.”

The United States has stayed committed to denying Iran any route to developing nuclear weapons. It has said Iran’s actions to increase its uranium enrichment program is not acceptable and threatens commitments to ensuring peace in the world. The United States still urges the international community to offer its total support to the IAEA, as it “continues to fulfill its critical mandate to verify the non-diversion of nuclear energy to nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices. The United States has made clear that Iran must cooperate fully and promptly with the IAEA on all such issues.”

Iranian opposition to the Mullahs regime, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) through the reports provided by the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran) has made the international community aware of the intentions of the Mullahs regime to build nuclear weapons capability. If it hadn’t been for the information provided by the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), the world would have been experienced a deadly combination of religious fascism and the ability to carry out state-sponsored terrorism, armed with nuclear bombs. The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) has made it clear that Iran has rich resources and has no need for nuclear energy, let alone nuclear bombs. The attempt to become a nuclear power by mullahs’ regime has led to the wastage of billions of dollars which could have been better spent on looking after Iranian citizens in a particular time of coronavirus crisis.

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