Category Archives: Iranian Nuclear Threat

UN officials recently announced that Tehran had amassed enough uranium to make a nuclear bomb. Traces of weapons grade material have been found in Iran. In recent years, Iranian theologians have decreed that atomic weapons are permissible to use under Islamic law, thereby removing another potential impediment.

Iranian Leaders Target U.S. Planes

An IRGC commander threatened Saturday that if the Iranian regime comes under attack over Iran’s nuclear program, U.S. aircraft carriers will be targeted.

The Islamic Republic has threatened violent responses to

strikes from the West in the past, but this declaration seemingly emphasizes the expanding range of Iranian missiles after more than a week of tests.

IRGC commander Amir Ali Hajizadeh said “Aircraft carriers … are moving targets. If the enemy threatens us, we will target them.”

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The IRGC is Everywhere

In a speech Tuesday, IRGC (Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps) commander Gen.Mohammad Ali Jafari divulged that his military branch is overseeing Iran’s domestic politics, and is heavily involved in the country’s economy and energy sector.

Jafari said U.S. claims that Iran could have a nuclear bomb in the next few years are nonsense. “Whenever they become disappointed or fail to achieve their goals, they resort to political accusations or assassination,” he said.

He also accused the U.S. of causing the uprisings in Syria.

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Monkey Business

The Iranian regime has plans to send a monkey into space next month as part of its space program. This move is likely to spark fears from Western countries regarding the progress of the

Iran’s nuclear weapons program. The regime’s long-range ballistic technology used in the space program, could potentially be used to launch atomic warheads.

Iran’s leaders obviously deny this, claiming their nuclear program is purely peaceful.

Last year, the Islamic Republic announced that it has launched a rocket carrying a mouse, turtle and worms into space.

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"Peaceful" Nuclear Weapons

Once again Ahmadienajd has insisted that Iran is not building a nuclear weapons arsenal. He added that should the Islamic Republic choose to

do so, “no one can do a damn thing.”

These statements come a mere two weeks after the chief of Iranian atomic organization announced plans to triple the regime’s uranium-enriching capabilities. Tehran claims the enriched uranium will be used to fuel future nuclear power plants, and not as material for atomic warheards.


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Stronger Sanctions

The Iranian regime is

reportedly a mere 2 months away from acquiring nuclear weapons. Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL) discusses the need for more aggressive sanctions in light of this news.

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The Day After Iran’s Nuclear Test

An article on the website run by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards broke a taboo by anticipating the day after the regime’s first test of a nuclear weapon.

Here is an excerpt from the translation of the text:

The day after Islamic Republic of Iran’s first nuclear test will be an ordinary day for us Iranians but in the eyes of some of us there will be a new sparkle…

Like 90% of the year, there is news about Iran, and these are the headlines which can be seen on foreign news sites:

  • Reuters: Iran detonated its nuclear bomb
  • CNN: Iran detonated nuclear bomb
  • Al-Jazeera: The second Islamic nuclear bomb was tested
  • Al-Arabia: The Shia nuclear bomb was tested
  • Yahoo! News: Nuclear explosion in Iran
  • Jerusalem Post: Mullahs obtained nuclear weapon
  • Washington Post: Nuclear explosion in Iran, Shock and despair in Tel Aviv

Meanwhile, the domestic media will offer many congratulations to the Hidden Imam and

the Supreme Leader…

The rest of the text can be read here.

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8 weeks away…

In a new report on Iran?s nuclear program based on recent findings by the IAEA,researcher Gregory Jones wrote that the Iranian regime is closer than ever before to creating a nuclear bomb.

Despite the reported setbacks to the nuclear program, the regime has

been steadily progressing in its enrichment of uranium, and could have enough to produce its first bomb within just eight weeks?

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On the Nuclear Issue
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Who will fund the nuclear program?

India will no longer be paying for its Iranian oil imports via Germany, ending an international-trade arrangement which drew

strong criticism from the U.S.

India may now have trouble finding a way to pay Iran 9 billion Euros worth of annual oil payments.

9 billion Euros which helps fund the Iranian regime’s nuclear weapons program…

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Is Iran ready for nuclear swap with Russia?

The Iranian envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency claims Tehran is ready for a xenical orlisat nuclear fuel swap deal, with Moscow.

The statement came just as the latest round of closed talks on Iran’s nuclear program kicks off for a second and final day, in Istanbul. U.S. officials say the most they’re hoping for is an agreement to meet again.

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