Iran Abiding by the Terms of Nuclear Deal

Iran Abiding by the Terms of Nuclear Deal

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http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/04/20/us-iran-nuclear-iaea-idUSKBN0NB1RH20150420

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According to a U.N. report, Iran is continuing to meet the requirements and commitments under the current nuclear deal with six of the world powers. The monthly update by International Atomic Energy Agency said that Iran has not been enriching uranium above a fissile concentration of 5%. The update also stated that Iran had not made “any further advances” in its enrichment facilities and a heavy water reactor that is under construction.

The November 2013 accord between Iran, the U.S, France, Germany, Russia, China, and Britian, Iran halted its nuclear activity and took steps in exchange for lenient economic sanctions. The accord was made to buy time for talks for a final deal over the nature of a nuclear program. The program is stated to be peaceful by Iran but Western countries fear that it may be aimed to develop the capability to produce nuclear weapons. The Iranian leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei stated to military commanders on Sunday that the U.S. had produced the “myth” of nuclear armaments to produce the idea that Iran is a threat.

The nuclear program in Iran may seem scary but I believe that they are just trying to acquire a means to energy. I wouldn’t be surprised if the U.S. did make statements causing fear of nuclear weapons in Iran to further impose sanctions on Iran. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu preached to congress about the deal and not lessening any sanctions against Iran.

English: Benjamin Netanyahu, Israeli politician
English: Benjamin Netanyahu, Israeli politician (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

In Iraq, we were told there were WMD’s, but there were none. As a country we have been told many things that were falsified. Not to mention the news corporations are owned and are biased. There should be restrictions just in case they do intend on producing and developing the means to produce nuclear weapons. We have an Israeli Prime Minister that does not belong in our congress building preaching nonsense. Iran isn’t a threat to the U.S in my opinion.

AIPAC Leadership Conference!The U.S. and Israel relations are ridiculously tight and the fact the Obama is straying way and staying independent is a good thing. This is our country not Israels country, Netanyahu should not be in our congress building talking about a deal that is being made to help everyone. The benefits of sanctions being lifted will be good for Iran and the U.S. The nuclear deal is a good thing for Iran and the international community because it could possibly restore trust in Iran and will provide Iran with energy.