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IEAE Says Iran Progressing In Enriched Uranium Metal, U.S. Urges It To Stop

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IEAE Says Iran Progressing In Enriched Uranium Metal, U.S. Urges It To Stop

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Iran has made progress in its work on enriched uranium metal, according to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

“On 14 August 2021, the Agency verified … that Iran had used 257 g of uranium enriched up to 20% U-235 in the form of UF4 (uranium tetrafluoride) to produce 200 g of uranium metal enriched up to 20% U-235,” the IAEA said, adding that this was step three in a four-step plan by Iran.

The fourth includes producing a reactor fuel plate.

Iran’s work on enriched uranium metal has rattled Europe’s JCPOA signatories and the United States because that technology, and knowledge of how to produce it, can be used to make the core of a nuclear bomb. Iran insists its aims are entirely peaceful and it is developing a new type of reactor fuel.

“Iran has no credible need to produce uranium metal, which has direct relevance to nuclear weapons development,” U.S. State Department spokesperson Ned Price said in a statement.

“Iran should cease its nuclear escalations and return to negotiations toward full implementation” of the nuclear agreement, he said.

In the report issued by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Director-General Rafael Mariano Grossi said his inspectors confirmed on Saturday that Iran had now produced 200 grammes of uranium metal enriched up to 20 percent.

Grossi previously reported in February that his inspectors had confirmed that a small amount of uranium metal, 3.6 grammes, had been produced at Iran’s Isfahan plant.

Iran promised not to produce uranium metal as part of the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), under which it was to scale back its nuclear program drastically in return for sanctions relief.

But Iran said in earlier 2021 that it was researching uranium metal to provide advanced fuel for a research reactor – one of a series of steps it took outside the JCPOA after former president Donald Trump withdrew the US from the landmark accord.

“We have made clear that continued nuclear escalations beyond JCPOA limits are unconstructive and inconsistent with a return to mutual compliance,” Price said.

France, Germany and the UK, as well as Russia and China, have been working to try to preserve the accord.

Several rounds of talks in Vienna, Austria, failed to restore the JCPOA earlier this year, with disagreements remaining over the sequencing of mutual compliance with the deal and what US sanctions will be lifted.

In July, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Washington is prepared to resume negotiations with the new Iranian administration but warned talks “cannot go on indefinitely”.

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US & EU are Zion slaves

IEAE can suck my di*k, they should be held in ICC for giving intel to Zion and Yanuqis.

Also, RT: Prototype of Russian transport plane Ilyushin Il-112V crashes during training flight killing all three people on board – reports.

The Objective

Mistake in article title. Correct the acronym for International Atomic . . . . .
Iran doesn’t have the guts to go nuclear – at lest not yet. The regime is far more worried about its survival now than exporting the revolution. A war with America will destroy the Mullah regime no doubt.

Last edited 1 month ago by The Objective
Arch Bungle

Iran has already gone nuclear. They’ve demonstrated more guts than the entire Sunni world combined.

The Objective

Then they should avenge Soleimani.
Perhaps the Iranians are braver than the Taliban.

A war with America will destroy the Mullah regime, though it will likely expel or at least severely weaken American forces across the Middle East – unless if the U.S strikes Iran from long ranges, which seems to be what the Americans are planning to do. Iran will lose the most as its leadership will collapse due to internal turmoil and widespread insecurity brought by the war. The Mullahs will not risk any head-on collision with America no matter what the U.S does (apart from launching an allout war on Iran).
Iran knows that any dash for the bomb will lead to overwhelming public support by Americans for Biden to launch an attack. Public support is what Biden and Trump have lacked all this while. This is why there is so much Iranian propaganda targeting the American public. These propagandists try hard to make Iran look innocent in front of the American public so that any president doesn’t get the domestic support that is preliminary for every major American war. Had Saddam Hussein engaged in such propaganda, Bush wouldn’t have had the public support for a war despite the 9/11 attacks. Similarly, had Iran killed a U.S general or even troops in retaliation for Soleimani, Trump would have had the domestic support he needed to strike Iran’s nuclear sites. But the clever Mullahs saw this trap.

Last edited 1 month ago by The Objective
AlphaBravoCharlie

Actually Iran did make a very powerful and very public response to killing of Soleimani. They targeted the US base in Iraq – in an unprecedented act of launching multiple ballistic missiles in a direct attack on a major US military base. When else exactly did that recently happen, by anyone? That is now the default public precedent for such US actions against Iran. Then there are the more clandestine responses, that are less for the public record, continual harassment and demoralization attacks against US logistics in Iraq, with no end in sight. You deeply fantasize about a direct US war with Iran – so Israel can gain benefit of regional dominance. But really, it ‘aint gonna happen anytime soon, as it’s all downsides for US. Bad luck.

Last edited 1 month ago by AlphaBravoCharlie
Selbstdenker

All simulations of a war US vs Iran end in US defeat. Even using the nuclear option does bare massiv destruction for US, resulting in an economic collaps.

The Objective

Iran made a pathetic and symbolic missile attack. Iran announced to the Americans the time and location of its planned attack. Plus it took the Iranians about four five days to make that decision. Imagine if the U.S had killed a Russian general in such a brutal way. Retaliation would have been swift. You can’t talk away the fact that Iran admitted its inferiority and stood down.

Anyway, you are the deluded party here. A war with Iran is very likely. There are two things Iran can do to trigger a U.S military response:
1) Openly attack and kill U.S soldiers
2) Make a dash for the bomb.
Iran will never cross these two red lines. Note that after the death of Soleimani, Iranian militias are careful not to kill any American in Iraq.

Iran is in a difficult situation. It cannot openly go nuclear due to fear of a U.S attack. And yet, America is ravaging Iran with nuclear sanctions. So Iran is backed in a corner. If it attempts to show its frustration with sanctions by going for the bomb or directly targeting U.S forces, it’ll spell the end of the Mullah regime.

There’s one way Biden and Israel can force Iran to either fight or lose all its militias in the Middle East. They can destroy Hezbollah by starting a civil war in Lebanon. Israel has promised that it will launch direct attacks on Iran if Hezbollah attacks Israel proper.

I have no doubt that the current problem between Iran and the West cannot be solved diplomatically. There are just too many areas of serious disagreement and conflict. It’s far more likely to culminate in a war than peace.

Arch Bungle

Ayatollah Mike is dead and rotting in the mountains of Afghanistan.

That was just a fraction of their revenge.

They showed the US Marines how naked and vulnerable they are in the middle east with strikes on Al Asad AFB. If that is not revenge, what is?

They have stocked Hezbollah’s armouries to overflowing, now the jews cannot even lift a hand to strike the Lebanese Shia. If that is not revenge , what is?

Their revenge has been cool, sophisticated and deadly, something the Zio-American empire cannot match.

You will know this when the Americans are fleeing from the rooftops of Riyadh, Tel Aviv, Doha with their wahabbi collaborators desperately clinging to their masters coat tails.

Icarus Tanović

You start apocalypse, we will finish it.

YankeeGoHome

Really? like Pakistan who have openly declared itself to be a Nuke power decades ago. LoL Your Shia Shit is polluting your brain. Pakis have no oil/gas like Iran and an economy a fraction of Iran’s and India’s, yet they Fck the Cowworshipping P1ssdrinkers everytime by being the aggressor. They’ve humiliated their airforce on several occassions and send invasionary expeditions. They got balls like coconuts while Iran is acting like a pussycat in Israel’s backyard LoL Who do you think helped the Taliban to victory? Iran? It was ISI

Arch Bungle

Nobody cares about Pakistan, man.

Here’s the balls on these Iranians – that’s why the Yanquis are scared to f**ck with them:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lz-kjq0E79E

US Marines crying like faggots.

YankeeGoHome

Guts? its not about Guts. Iran has bought nukes years ago. It has collaborated with NK in the early 2000’s and trained its Nuke Techs there and used N-K data to model its own nukes.. Iran uses the Nuke issue as a bargaining chip to extract sanctions relief.

AlphaBravoCharlie

The US just lost a major, direct, intervention war in Afghanistan. They are in no mood for more of the same old, predictable, Neo-Con snake oil salesman pitch, about the ease and benefits of going into another major conventional war, this time with a far more formidable foe, Iran. Which would be far more costly in all US resources. You had your Afghan and Iraq direct US forces wars, and, Libyan and Syrian indirect proxy wars, but the US tank is empty for foreseeable future, as regards further Neo-Con major wars agenda.

Last edited 1 month ago by AlphaBravoCharlie
Staf

You have been dreaming for a long time

Icarus Tanović

You’re mistake, so cut it off.

Arch Bungle

“Iran has no credible need to produce uranium metal, which has direct relevance to nuclear weapons development,” U.S. State Department spokesperson Ned Price said in a statement.

Ned Price has it ass backwards. The US has no credible need to produce uranium metal.

The Objective

Provided the IAEA is the one to accuse Iran of dashing for a bomb, the U.S public will believe them. Then Biden can have all the domestic support to strike Iran’s nuclear infrastructure.

Arch Bungle

You’re deluded as usual.

The US needs no “excuse” to strike Iran.

Regardless of excuses, the US CANNOT strike Iran.

Iran could go full nuclear anytime it wants to and the US would have no choice but to stand impotently by, limp penis in hand, whining like a big fat political Karen.

Why? Because the costs of striking Iran are too much for the US and ‘israel’ to bear.

The cost of striking Iran is the loss of control of the entire middle east by the US colonialists, and the destruction of the european colonial enterprise called israel, as well as destruction of the SAud family business (the fake state called “Saudi Arabia”).

TomSawyer

The entire middle east nations hate Iran – you are living in a dream world, poor guy ^^

Mahlabathini

The entire world hates USA.

Arch Bungle

Really?

Syria loves Iran.
Lebanon too.
Palestine too.
At least half of Iraq doesn’t mind Iran at all.
Yemen certainly loves Iran!

Who hates Iran in the middle east? The fake British-created Wahabbi satraps:

Saudi Barbaria
Oman
UAE
Kuwait
Jordan …

These states are cucked.

They are completely owned by the Jews and Anglo-Americans.

Their hatred of Iran stems from the fact that Iran has it’s integrity, while these cucked satraps are all whores to the Great Satan.

Last edited 1 month ago by Arch Bungle
Selbstdenker

UAE for sure not. It is their ancestry. Families came from Iran and still have family ties there. Just check how many businesses are In UAE dealing with Iran. Iran is also a big holiday destination for UAE, and a big trading partner.

TomSawyer

Syria? Not even 10%. Iraq, it was almost 70% a few years aga now its less as 50%. Libanon? Why are Libanese protesting against Hisbollah? ^^

Arch Bungle

You can fiddle the numbers all you want, you’re guessing either way.
What not a guess, what is factually verifiable is this:

All these countries, even Saudi Barbaria have sizeable Shia populations who absolutely love Iran.

So the original statement that the “entire middle east hates Iran” is pure bullsit even at first glance.

Last edited 1 month ago by Arch Bungle
YankeeGoHome

Way to go Iran ! – Detonate that first bomb and declare yourself a Nuclear Power and watch Israel ShutUp very quickly

UKROPISSTAN HOMO AND CORRUPT COUNTRY

Mossadfaglets and ukropnazis will cry and rage 🤗

Mahlabathini

And there’ll be NOTHING they can do about it. Go Iran.

Dicksonrp

If they choose to, its their decision. They are entitled to make their decision and plans. At the same time they share the info with the ieae and is open about it. They are not underhandly making weapons UNLIKE THE ZIO TERRORIST JEW IN ISREALHELL!

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