Tag Archive for Iran Nuclear Program

Iran explosions are likely Israeli ‘covert espionage campaign’, not “accidents”

REPORT: Fox News strategic analyst US General Jack Keane [Ret.] suggested that Israel was conducting a smart and successful covert campaign against the Iranian nuclear and missile-delivery programs, with the help of local dissidents, “and they may not be finished yet.”

By Tal Polon

 

Retired US Army General and Fox News strategic analyst Jack Keane said that the series of explosions that have taken place recently at locations around Iran are no accident, contrary to what Iran has claimed.

“In the past several months, there have been dozens of so-called ‘accidents’ the Iranians claim are taking place […] That is no longer a credible claim, considering the sheer numbers of them,” Keane told Fox News. Continue Reading »

EXPOSED: Iran Broke Nuke Deal; Mossad Shows IAEA Location of Radioactive Site

In a report aired on Israel TV13 News, top Israeli security sources revealed that not only is the IAEA aware of Iran’s deception, the nuclear watchdog is sitting on the information and have refrained from making it public.

By YONAH JEREMY BOB

 

The IAEA has found signs of radioactive material which would violate the 2015 nuclear deal at an Iranian nuclear site identified to the agency by Israeli intelligence, Channel 13 reported late Thursday.

According to Channel 13, top Israeli sources revealed to it that the IAEA is sitting on the information and has avoided making it public to date.In Continue Reading »

Security Briefing: Director of Mossad says Iran lying about Nukes

Mossad’s chief pointed out that Irans technical nuclear archive, that had been stolen and brought to Israel for analysis, proved Iran was lying about the nature of its nuclear program and should military action need to be taken, now is the time, while a decisive president is in the White House.

By Yochanan Visser

 

Mossad chief Yossi Cohen, during a speech at a security conference in Herzliyah, Israel, disclosed a range of activities his organization undertook over the past few years and which have saved countless lives across the globe.

At the Cyber Week Tel Aviv University Conference, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu admitted how Israel has used its cyber intelligence capabilities to thwart around 50 ISIS terrorist attacks or Iranian sponsored attacks in dozens of countries worldwide.

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REPORT: Mossad, MI 6, CIA smuggled Iranian nuclear scientist to England

The plan began in October 2018 when the Mossad helped a 47yr-old nuclear technician escape Iran, and from Turkey he joined a movement of Iranian emigrants trying to reach England.

By HAGAY HACOHEN

 

Mossad, British secret services and the CIA extracted an Iranian nuclear scientist out of Tehran and provided him with a safe haven in the US, the Daily Mail reported on Sunday.

Mossad Emblem

The Iranian scientist is thought to have been smuggled into the UK on an inflatable boat alongside other Iranian migrants who crossed over to Lydd at the beginning of 2019.

The plan is said to have been drawn up in October when the Mossad helped the 47-year-old technician escape to Turkey, and from that location he joined the flux of Iranian immigrants attempting to reach the UK. Continue Reading »

Prime Minister Netanyahu Admits Israel Has Spies in Iran

Speaking to a group of gov’t diplomats, the Prime Minister openly admitted that Israeli agents periodically “visit” Iran to stay up-to-date on its presumed quiescent nuclear program.

By Israel Today Staff

 

Some fear Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu might have been a little too candid on Sunday when he told a group of diplomats at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that Israeli spies routinely “visit” Iran.

“We are fighting all over the world in regards to Iran’s nuclear program,” said Netanyahu in remarks widely quoted in the Israeli press. “We also visit there periodically… to ‘catch up,'” he added.

A number of high-profile assassinations, computer hacks and other technical failures that have hindered Iran’s nuclear program have been attributed to Israeli intelligence agencies. Continue Reading »

UAE intercepts sophisticated Israeli electronics sold to Turkey, rerouted to Iran

In contravention of UN Security Council resolution 2231, Turkey, who purchased advanced electronic capacitors made by a Jerusalem-based company, is said to have sold them to Iran for use in its nuclear program.
– Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan suspected of circumventing UNSC Resolution 2231
– Special Counsel Robert Mueller investigates Michael Flynn, Erdoğan connection.

By Itamar Eichner

 

The United Nations (UN) has opened an investigation into Turkey allegedly selling electronic equipment to Iran included in a list of items banned for export to the Islamic republic, thereby violating a Security Council resolution on the matter.

The UN also contacted Israel seeking it open its own inquiry into the matter, after it was discovered the equipment sold by Turkey to Iran was manufactured by a Jerusalem-based Israeli company, considered a major manufacturer of electronic capacitors. Continue Reading »

REPORT: Iran procurement activities include nuclear warhead components for ballistic missile

German security official: “Despite the nuclear agreement [lead by Obama in July 2015], Iran has not given up its illegal activities in Germany,” by pursuing to acquire banned components to construct nuclear warheads for their ongoing ballistic missile program.

By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL

 

German security officials have accused the Iranian regime of pursuing its goal to build missiles armed with nuclear warheads, the Berlin daily Der Tagesspiegelreported.

“Despite the nuclear agreement [reached with world powers in July 2015], Iran has not given up its illegal activities in Germany. The mullah regime also made efforts this year to obtain material from [German] firms for its nuclear program and the construction of missiles, said security sources,” Der Tagesspiegel wrote on Friday. Continue Reading »

Germany: Iran still trying to acquire illicit materials for nuclear program

 

A year after Iran signed a deal with Obama’s administration promising to curtail its nuclear program, Germany’s domestic intel agency warns of Iran’s continued efforts to violate agreement and acquire forbidden materials.

By Polina Garaev

 

Iran is still making extensive attempts to acquire materials to further its nuclear program, a year after signing a deal promising its curtailment, Germany’s domestic intelligence agency warned last week.

A building housing the reactor at the Bushehr nuclear power plant in the Iranian port town of Bushehr – Photo: AFP

The German Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV) says it has detected extensive Iranian attempts to acquire illicit materials in Germany, “especially goods that can be used in the field of nuclear technology,” noted the agency in its recently released annual report. Continue Reading »

IAEA report: Israel was right – Iran tried to build a nuke

 

Report presented yesterday to the IAEA proved what Israel had been saying all along: Iran had been working in a very organized manner on developing a nuclear explosive device.

By Raphael Poch

 

On Monday, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Board of Governors in Vienna received a report from the IAEA Director General bringing evidence that Iran had indeed been working towards building a nuclear explosive device up until 2009.

Iran’s ambassador to the IAEA Reza Najafi – Reuters

“This was one of the most important days in the nuclear Iran affair, and the IAEA board of governors did nothing” said a distraught Dr. Continue Reading »

Israel’s Cabinet Informed That World Leaders Yielding to Iran’s Intransigence

PM Netanyahu denounced repeated concessions stemming from Iran’s stubbornness while Minister Steinitz told cabinet, inspection system is flawed, allowing Iran the time to cover up any of many possible illegal activities.

By Reuters

 

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused world powers on Sunday of stepping up concessions to Iran to enable a deal by June 30 on curbing its nuclear program even as Tehran balks at demands for heightened UN inspections.

President of Iran Hassan Rouhani (Photo: AP)President of Iran Hassan Rouhani – Photo: AP

Netanyahu has argued that the agreement in the works would not deny Iran, which says its nuclear projects are peaceful, the means of making a bomb, while granting it sanctions relief that could help bankroll its guerrilla allies in the region. Continue Reading »

Obama Purposely Hid From UN North Korea Violations of Rocket Component Transfer to Iran

US intel officials reveal how North Korea provided shipments of advanced nuclear missile components to Iran, in direct violation of UN sanctions – and the White House deliberately kept the violations from the UN.

By Ari Yashar

 

US intelligence officials revealed that during the ongoing Iran nuclear negotiations, North Korea has provided several shipments of advanced missile components to the Islamic regime in violation of UN sanctions – and the US hid the violations from the UN.

A North Korean rocket in a military parade – File Photo

US intelligence officials revealed that during the ongoing Iran nuclear negotiations, North Korea has provided several shipments of advanced missile components to the Islamic regime in violation of UN sanctions – and the US hid the violations from the UN.

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Senate Video: Obama Founders to Senate Bill Based on Netanyahu’s Speech to Congress

Israel’s Intelligence Minister Steinitz, “This achievement is an achievement for Israel’s diplomacy, which was brought about by the Prime Minister’s speech in Congress in early March.”

By Gil Ronen

 

Israel is pleased with the compromise reached Tuesday between Congress and the White House regarding congressional review of the deal that is being worked out with Iran regarding its nuclear weapons program, said Intelligence Minister Yuval Steinitz Wednesday.

According to Israel Hayom, Steinitz sees Israeli diplomacy as being responsible for Obama’s “folding” in the face of congressional pressure on the matter.

“We are certainly pleased this morning,” said the minister, who is one of the people closest to Netanyahu. Continue Reading »

Watch: Netanyahu speaks to ABC and Sen. Feinstein saying ‘Bibi Should Contain Himself’

WATCH: Sen. Dianne Feinstein, (Dem Calif.) says on CNN: Ayatollah Ali Khamenei ‘is agreeable,’ and warns that Netanyahu’s criticism ‘can backfire on him.’

By Gil Ronen

 

California Senator Dianne Feinstein, speaking on CNN, warned Sunday that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s outspoken criticism of the Iran nuclear deal could “backfire on him.”

Senator Dianne Feinstein – Reuters

Feinstein, who is the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, said the framework deal struck with Iran is “a better agreement, candidly, than I thought it was ever going to be. I think that it can be a very serviceable, practical agreement, and it can signal a new day.” Continue Reading »

Israel’s Intelligence Minister: We Will Attack Iran, If We Have No Choice

After Iranian General said, “Israel’s destruction is non-negotiable”, Israel’s Intelligence Minister Steinitz responded Thursday that if all else fails, military action against Iran remains a viable option.

By Cynthia Blank

 

As Iran and the P5+1 world powers struggle to eke out a deal on Tehran’s nuclear program in Switzerland, Israel says it will do everything possible to prevent a nuclear Iran.

Speaking on public radio Thursday, Intelligence Minister Yuval Steinitz (Likud) said that all options were on the table in the face of the threat of a nuclear-armed Iran.

This, he added, includes military action.

Iran has repeatedly called for Israel’s destruction.

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Israel advises France on strategy before resumption of P5+1 nuclear talks

Israel’s Strategic Affairs Minister travels to Paris in attempt to ‘amend loopholes’ in current Iran deal, as French official openly admits Netanyahu overplayed his hand in Congressional speech.

By Reuters

 

Top Israeli envoys were sent to confer with French officials on Sunday about preventing what Israel considers an unfavorable nuclear deal with Iran after tensions surfaced between France and the United States over negotiation strategy.

Strategic Affairs Minister Steinitz and Prime Minister Netanyahu – Photo: Ohad Zwegenberg

Though France has demanded more stringent restrictions than other Western delegations during talks with Iran, one French diplomat played down Israel’s sway in Paris, saying that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had overplayed his hand in a March 3 speech to the US Congress.

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