Iran and the Bomb, now a reality.

The signed Nuclear Accord Agreement brokered by the US between Iran and other western nations is now official. Many articles could be read and much could be said about the deal, but Netanyahu in his eloquence, sums it up in 40 seconds below.

 

 

Nuclear Showdown in Iran, Revealing the Ancient Prophecy of Elam

https://atharris.wordpress.com/2014/07/16/nuclear-iran-and-the-prophecy-against-elam/

 

 

 

Iran and the Bomb – Take 2

The latest developments in the ongoing Iran nuclear talks.

Iran, world powers said to extend talks after failing to seal deal

Tehran wants to massively ramp up the number of enrichment centrifuges — in order, it says, to make fuel for a fleet of power reactors that it is however yet to build.

An Iranian source told AFP on Sunday that the extension could be “six months or a year.”

Another extension — as happened with an earlier deadline of July 20 — however carries risks of its own, including possible fresh US sanctions that could lead Iran to walk away.

It will also fuel accusations from Israel, the Middle East’s sole if undeclared nuclear-armed state, that its arch foe Iran is merely buying time to get closer to the bomb.

 

Israel at the Crossroads

Sweden’s new government is set to recognize the State of Palestine, in a move that will make it the first member of the European Union to do so.

“The two-state solution requires mutual recognition and a will to co-exist peacefully. Sweden will therefore recognize the state of Palestine,” he added.

He didn’t say when or how that would happen.

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas is set to ask the UN Security Council to vote on a resolution that would seek an Israeli withdrawal to the pre-1967 lines in a timeframe of two years.

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Some Israeli politicians see in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s stirring speech before the UN General Assembly the final nail in the coffin of the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

In his speech, Netanyahu made clear that the current “template” for peace has failed, and that Israel is not prepared to repeat the mistakes of the Lebanon and Gaza withdrawals in Judea and Samaria (the so-called “West Bank”).

Did Netanyahu Bury the Two-State Solution?

Israel may consider the use of force against Iran if world powers accept a nuclear agreement that Jerusalem finds unacceptable, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu suggested on Wednesday.

All I’ll say is, Israel always reserves the right to defend itself,” Netanyahu said, asked what his government would do if a bad deal was signed and sealed.

Pressed on whether that might lead to the use of preemptive force, Netanyahu said: “I’m the only Israeli who doesn’t talk about military operations.”

Netanyahu suggests force on the table if US agrees to ‘bad deal’ with Iran

 

 

 

Nuclear Iran and the Prophecy against Elam

In the backdrop of the Israeli – Hamas conflict, Iran continues to forge away at developing a nuclear weapon. Iran has consistently called for the annihilation of Israel and will stop at nothing in their attempt to accomplish just that.

No agreement has been made in the ongoing nuclear accord.

Both US Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohamed Zarif suggested Tuesday that extending the July 20 deadline for a final nuclear accord would not be ruled out by their governments. Major gaps remain in the six-power nuclear negotiations ongoing with Iran in Vienna. The US has said that Iran can’t be allowed to keep 15,000 centrifuges for enriching uranium or stand by its refusal to convert the Arak reactor to a light water plant unable to produce plutonium for a bomb. The Iranian negotiating team has its hands tied by the intransigent policies dictated by supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

And yet Iran is calling for 190,000 centrifuges for the needs of their country.

Iran needs 190,000 nuclear centrifuges – 19 times more than Washington is seeking to restrict it to under a long-term deal with world powers, supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamanei said July 8.

“Our officials say we need 190,000 centrifuges. Perhaps not today, but in two to five years that is the country’s absolute need,” Khamanei, who has the final word on all matters of state, was quoted as saying.

http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/iran-needs-19-times-more-centrifuges-than-us-wants-khamenei.aspx?pageID=238&nID=68817&NewsCatID=352

Meanwhile Israel continues to build it’s nuclear weapon based sub fleet to a total of 5 with a 6th in contract to be built by a German shipyard. Three of their subs are currently in the Persian Gulf. It is unknown at this time where the 4th is located.

Israel also has no shortage of nuclear warheads.

A newly released report in a US professional journal confirms that the Israeli regime possesses at least 80 operative nuclear warheads and has enough material to produce up to 190 more.

http://www.presstv.com/detail/2013/09/16/324261/us-report-says-israel-has-80-nukes/

There is a prophecy in Jeremiah that speaks against Elam which resides next to the Persian Gulf in Iran. Continue reading “Nuclear Iran and the Prophecy against Elam”

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