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    Israel says documents prove Iran lied about nuclear program


    JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's prime minister on Monday unveiled what he said was a "half ton" of Iranian nuclear documents collected by Israeli intelligence, claiming it proved that Iranian leaders covered up a nuclear weapons program before signing a deal with world powers in 2015.















    (1 of 12) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu presents material on Iranian nuclear weapons development during a press conference in Tel Aviv, Monday, April 30 2018. Netanyahu says his government has obtained "half a ton" of secret Iranian documents proving the Tehran government once had a nuclear weapons program. Calling it a "great intelligence achievement," Netanyahu said Monday that the documents show that Iran lied about its nuclear ambitions before signing a 2015 deal with world powers.

    April 30, 2018In a speech delivered in English and relying on his trademark use of visual aids, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed the material showed that Iran cannot be trusted, and encouraged President Donald Trump to withdraw from the deal next month.
    "Iran lied big time," Netanyahu declared. In Washington, the president said it vindicated his past criticism of the nuclear deal. But Netanyahu's presentation, delivered on live TV from Israeli military headquarters in Tel Aviv, did not appear to provide evidence that Iran has violated the 2015 deal, raising questions about whether it would sway international opinion ahead of Trump's fateful decision.
    The U.S.-led agreement offered Iran relief from crippling sanctions in exchange for curbs on its nuclear program. Netanyahu furiously fought the deal while President Barack Obama was negotiating it, and he has been a leading critic since it was signed. He says it does not provide sufficient safeguards to prevent Iran from reaching nuclear weapons capability.
    Netanyahu has found a welcome partner in Trump, who has called the agreement "the worst deal ever." Trump has signaled he will pull out of the agreement by May 12 unless it is revised, but he faces intense pressure from European allies not to do so. Netanyahu said he already has given the information to the U.S., and he plans to share it with Western allies and the international nuclear agency.
    Ahead of the announcement, Iran's foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, belittled Netanyahu in a tweet, saying, "the boy who can't stop crying wolf is at it again." Iran's deputy foreign minister and senior nuclear negotiator, Abbas Araghchi, called Netanyahu's presentation "childish and ridiculous," and said the purported evidence was "fake and fabricated."
    Iran has denied ever seeking nuclear weapons. The exchange ratcheted up already heightened tensions between Israel and Iran. Israel considers Iran to be its biggest threat, citing Tehran's hostile rhetoric, support for militants and growing influence in the region.
    Israel has said it will not allow Iran to establish a permanent military presence in neighboring Syria, where Iran supports President Bashar Assad. Overnight Monday, a missile attack in northern Syria killed more than a dozen pro-government fighters, many of them Iranians, a war monitoring group and an Iranian news agency said.
    There was no official confirmation of the death toll or the target. But Israel was widely suspected of being behind it. In his presentation, Netanyahu said Israel had obtained some 55,000 pages of documents and 183 CDs of secret information from an Iranian nuclear weapons program called "Project Amad." He said the material was gathered from a facility in the Tehran neighborhood of Shourabad a few weeks ago "in a great intelligence achievement."
    He said the uncovered filed included "incriminating" documents, charts, blueprints, photos and videos. He pointed to one presentation that allegedly called for producing and testing five warheads. The authenticity of the documents could not be verified, and it was not clear whether they shed any new light on what international inspectors already have concluded. The documents appeared to date back to the early 2000s, when international inspectors already believe Iran was pursuing a weapons program.
    A 2015 report by the International Atomic Energy Agency, for example, concluded that Iran "conducted computer modeling of a nuclear explosive device" before 2005 and between 2005 and 2009. It said, however, that those calculations were "incomplete and fragmented."
    Netanyahu provided no direct evidence that Iran has violated the 2015 deal. But he said the existence of the documents proves Iran is waiting to resume its race to build a bomb. "We can now prove that Project Amad was a comprehensive program to design, build and test nuclear weapons," he said. "We can also prove that Iran is secretly storing Project Amad material to use at a time of its choice to develop nuclear weapons."
    He said that after the project was disbanded in 2003, its director, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, continued his work under another agency called Sapan. Netanyahu said the material proves the international nuclear deal is a failure. He said it allows Iran to continue enriching some uranium, and does not address its research efforts or development of long-range ballistic missiles.
    He noted that Trump was weighing whether to pull the U.S. out of the nuclear deal, saying "I am sure he will do the right thing." At the White House, Trump praised Netanyahu's presentation and said it vindicated the president's past statements about Iran and the shortcomings of the nuclear deal, adding that recent events have "really shown that I've been 100 percent right." Although Trump was hosting Nigeria's president for a visit during Netanyahu's speech Monday, he said he watched part of it on television.
    "That is just not an acceptable situation," Trump said. He declined to say whether he'll pull out of the deal on May 12 but said that even if he does, "that doesn't mean I wouldn't then negotiate a real agreement."
    Trump has set a May 12 deadline to decide whether to pull out of the Iran deal — something he appears likely to do despite heavy pressure to stay in from European allies and other parties. Both Trump and Netanyahu say the deal should address Iranian support for militants across the region and Iran's development of long-range ballistic missiles, as well as eliminate provisions that expire over the next decade.
    Netanyahu's office later issued a statement saying the prime minister had spoken with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron, and agreed to share the intelligence with them. He also spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin about the findings.



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    The NYT Plays Press Agent for Netanyahu's Big Lies on Iran's Nuclear Program

    Written by Stephen Lendman Date: 05-01-2018 Subject: IsraelThe NYT Plays Press Agent for Netanyahu's Big Lies on Iran's Nuclear Program
    by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org - Home - Stephen Lendman)


    Headlining "Israel Says Secret Files Prove Iran Lied About Nuclear Program" lends support to what demands condemnation.
    The Times: "Revealing a huge archive of stolen Iranian nuclear plans, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel accused Iran on Monday of lying for years about its efforts to build a nuclear weapon."
    Time and again, most readers don't go much beyond headlines and opening paragraphs, impressions drawn from them.
    The above Times headline and opening paragraph read like a Netanyahu press release, instead of denouncing his clearly fabricated accusations.
    He's a notorious liar, especially on Iran, exposed numerous times before, Monday the latest example of inventing rubbish to demonize the country, maybe part of something much more sinister to come.
    The Times: "…Netanyahu presented records from a secret warehouse in Tehran, making the case that Iranian leaders had deceived the international nuclear agency when they insisted their nuclear program was for peaceful purposes."
    "Israeli spies seized the documents in an overnight raid in January, a senior Israeli official said."
    No evidence suggests so-called "secret files" exist, nor seizure by "Israeli spies" in an undetected January raid in Tehran.
    The scenario sounds like a grade B film plot, the latest attempt to demonize Iran. Notorious liar Netanyahu can never be believed on anything.
    He's been caught red-handed making numerous false accusations before.
    Following his Monday announcement, Trump displayed ignorance about the JCPOA nuclear deal - turning truth on its head, claiming "(i)n seven years, that deal will have expired, and Iran will be free to make nuclear weapons."
    False! Iran is an NPT signatory. The JCPOA prohibits Iranian development and production of nuclear weapons ever.
    Tehran deplores these weapons, wants them eliminated. Israel is the only regional nuclear armed and dangerous state, a serial aggressor likely to use them at some time ahead, maybe against Iran.
    The Times: "Mr. Netanyahu said that Iran had intensified its efforts to hide evidence of its weapons program after signing the nuclear deal in 2015, and in 2017 moved its records to a secret location in Tehran that looked like 'a dilapidated warehouse.' "
    "Few Iranians knew where it was, very few. And also a few Israelis."
    "Mossad operatives broke into the (so-called warehouse) one night last January, removed the original documents and smuggled them back to Israel the same night," according to an unnamed Israeli official the Times cited.
    Annual US intelligence assessments confirm no evidence indicates an Iranian nuclear weapons program exists.
    It's unclear what Mossad agents did or didn't do. It's very clear that Netanyahu's Monday performance was another exercise in serial lying.
    The Times failed to responsibly denounce the ruse.
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    US Human Rights Report Sanitizes Israeli High Crimes

    Written by Stephen Lendman Date: 04-23-2018 Subject: IsraelUS Human Rights Report Sanitizes Israeli High Crimes
    by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org - Home - Stephen Lendman)
    Annual State Department Country Reports on Human Rights Practices omit US high crimes - the most egregious human rights abuser over a longer duration in world history from inception.
    Each year, its horrendous abuses over the past 12 months are airbrushed from the State Department report.
    It greatly downplays Israeli high crimes. In previous years, its report on the Jewish state headlined "Israel and the Occupied Territory."
    Its current one is titled "Israel, Golan Heights, West Bank and Gaza."
    Zionist zealot US ambassador to Israel David Friedman reportedly asked the State Department to stop calling the Occupied Territories occupied.
    Last year he was quoted saying (illegal settlements on stolen Palestinian land) "are part of Israel."
    The State Department's report falsely called Israel "a multiparty democracy." There's nothing democratic about a ruthless rogue state, the region's leading human rights abuser - at war with Palestinians for 70 years, attacking neighboring states at its discretion.
    The report highlighted "terrorist attacks targeting civilians and politically and religiously motivated killings by nonstate groups and individuals" - falsely blaming Palestinians for high crimes committed against them.
    It cited Israeli administrative detentions, failing to explain their illegality, how many, for what reasons, used solely against Palestinians, holding them behind bars uncharged, untried indefinitely by renewing 6-month detention periods.
    It lied saying "(t)he government took steps to prosecute and punish officials who committed abuses within Israel regardless of rank or seniority."
    Security forces and settlers almost never are held accountable for crimes committed against Palestinians - never any government officials or senior IDF ones.
    The report said "(o)n December 6, 2017, the United States recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel" - failing to explain recognition flagrantly violated international law.
    The State Department report mostly ignored grievous abuses committed against Palestinians, admitting arbitrary Israeli arrests, demolition of Palestinian homes, harsh interrogation practices, along with restricting Palestinian movement, the right to assemble, and demonstrate peacefully.
    Israel is a longstanding US ally. Both countries represent pure evil. Their ruthless agendas focus on conquest and dominance.
    PLO executive committee member Ahmad Majdalani called the State Department's report on Israel an attempt "to abolish the depiction of occupation from these territories, which affirms US complicity with the occupation," adding:
    It aimed "to beautify the image of the occupation through its international reports, but the whole world is well aware of the horrors of this occupation and its crimes and systematic state terrorism against our people."
    "If the current situation continues without international intervention to break the US hegemony on the political process, we will not get any results, and the Trump administration will hold full responsibility for any explosion that may engulf the region as a whole."



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    Israel says documents prove Iran lied about nuclear program


    JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's prime minister on Monday unveiled what he said was a "half ton" of Iranian nuclear documents collected by Israeli intelligence, claiming it proved that Iranian leaders covered up a nuclear weapons program before signing a deal with world powers in 2015.















    (1 of 12) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu presents material on Iranian nuclear weapons development during a press conference in Tel Aviv, Monday, April 30 2018. Netanyahu says his government has obtained "half a ton" of secret Iranian documents proving the Tehran government once had a nuclear weapons program. Calling it a "great intelligence achievement," Netanyahu said Monday that the documents show that Iran lied about its nuclear ambitions before signing a 2015 deal with world powers.

    April 30, 2018In a speech delivered in English and relying on his trademark use of visual aids, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed the material showed that Iran cannot be trusted, and encouraged President Donald Trump to withdraw from the deal next month.
    "Iran lied big time," Netanyahu declared. In Washington, the president said it vindicated his past criticism of the nuclear deal. But Netanyahu's presentation, delivered on live TV from Israeli military headquarters in Tel Aviv, did not appear to provide evidence that Iran has violated the 2015 deal, raising questions about whether it would sway international opinion ahead of Trump's fateful decision.
    The U.S.-led agreement offered Iran relief from crippling sanctions in exchange for curbs on its nuclear program. Netanyahu furiously fought the deal while President Barack Obama was negotiating it, and he has been a leading critic since it was signed. He says it does not provide sufficient safeguards to prevent Iran from reaching nuclear weapons capability.
    Netanyahu has found a welcome partner in Trump, who has called the agreement "the worst deal ever." Trump has signaled he will pull out of the agreement by May 12 unless it is revised, but he faces intense pressure from European allies not to do so. Netanyahu said he already has given the information to the U.S., and he plans to share it with Western allies and the international nuclear agency.
    Ahead of the announcement, Iran's foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, belittled Netanyahu in a tweet, saying, "the boy who can't stop crying wolf is at it again." Iran's deputy foreign minister and senior nuclear negotiator, Abbas Araghchi, called Netanyahu's presentation "childish and ridiculous," and said the purported evidence was "fake and fabricated."
    Iran has denied ever seeking nuclear weapons. The exchange ratcheted up already heightened tensions between Israel and Iran. Israel considers Iran to be its biggest threat, citing Tehran's hostile rhetoric, support for militants and growing influence in the region.
    Israel has said it will not allow Iran to establish a permanent military presence in neighboring Syria, where Iran supports President Bashar Assad. Overnight Monday, a missile attack in northern Syria killed more than a dozen pro-government fighters, many of them Iranians, a war monitoring group and an Iranian news agency said.
    There was no official confirmation of the death toll or the target. But Israel was widely suspected of being behind it. In his presentation, Netanyahu said Israel had obtained some 55,000 pages of documents and 183 CDs of secret information from an Iranian nuclear weapons program called "Project Amad." He said the material was gathered from a facility in the Tehran neighborhood of Shourabad a few weeks ago "in a great intelligence achievement."
    He said the uncovered filed included "incriminating" documents, charts, blueprints, photos and videos. He pointed to one presentation that allegedly called for producing and testing five warheads. The authenticity of the documents could not be verified, and it was not clear whether they shed any new light on what international inspectors already have concluded. The documents appeared to date back to the early 2000s, when international inspectors already believe Iran was pursuing a weapons program.
    A 2015 report by the International Atomic Energy Agency, for example, concluded that Iran "conducted computer modeling of a nuclear explosive device" before 2005 and between 2005 and 2009. It said, however, that those calculations were "incomplete and fragmented."
    Netanyahu provided no direct evidence that Iran has violated the 2015 deal. But he said the existence of the documents proves Iran is waiting to resume its race to build a bomb. "We can now prove that Project Amad was a comprehensive program to design, build and test nuclear weapons," he said. "We can also prove that Iran is secretly storing Project Amad material to use at a time of its choice to develop nuclear weapons."
    He said that after the project was disbanded in 2003, its director, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, continued his work under another agency called Sapan. Netanyahu said the material proves the international nuclear deal is a failure. He said it allows Iran to continue enriching some uranium, and does not address its research efforts or development of long-range ballistic missiles.
    He noted that Trump was weighing whether to pull the U.S. out of the nuclear deal, saying "I am sure he will do the right thing." At the White House, Trump praised Netanyahu's presentation and said it vindicated the president's past statements about Iran and the shortcomings of the nuclear deal, adding that recent events have "really shown that I've been 100 percent right." Although Trump was hosting Nigeria's president for a visit during Netanyahu's speech Monday, he said he watched part of it on television.
    "That is just not an acceptable situation," Trump said. He declined to say whether he'll pull out of the deal on May 12 but said that even if he does, "that doesn't mean I wouldn't then negotiate a real agreement."
    Trump has set a May 12 deadline to decide whether to pull out of the Iran deal — something he appears likely to do despite heavy pressure to stay in from European allies and other parties. Both Trump and Netanyahu say the deal should address Iranian support for militants across the region and Iran's development of long-range ballistic missiles, as well as eliminate provisions that expire over the next decade.
    Netanyahu's office later issued a statement saying the prime minister had spoken with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron, and agreed to share the intelligence with them. He also spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin about the findings.


    Iran could already have nuclear weapons or the capability. I don't see why the Israeli prime minister cares. They already had the ball rolling on the program a long time ago more than likely. Then Obama tries to work some kind of deal with them. Just a bunch of sabre rattling on both sides. Neither side will push the button and be the first to strike one another. The prime ministers from each country should fight each other in a boxing ring.

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    Iran's Nuclear Program
    by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org - Home - Stephen Lendman)

    Developing it began in the 1950s, aided by Washington at the time - part of the Eisenhower administration's Atoms for Peace program, explained in his December 1953 UN General Assembly address.

    Nuclear reactor construction became a new profit opportunity for US business, building them domestically and abroad - the first ones in other countries constructed in Israel, Pakistan and Iran when Shah Reza Pahlavi was in power.

    He aimed to fulfill a longstanding national objective - creating a modern energy infrastructure, built around nuclear power,, transforming power generation in the Middle East, reducing its dependency on oil and gas.

    In 1978, Iran had the world's fourth largest nuclear program, the largest among developing states, intending 20 new reactors by 1995.
    Reza Pahlavi aimed to weaken US/UK pressure on the country to recycle petrodollars.

    It's a key part of US imperial strategy, vital for its geopolitical dominance, dependent on recycling oil revenues into dollars.

    When Nixon closed the gold window in 1971, the link between gold, the dollar and sound money ended. Market forces dominated dollar value.
    Money-printing madness followed, notably under Fed chairmen Greenspan, Bernanke and Yellen, benefitting Wall Street and other powerful financial interests hugely at the expense of world peace and social justice.

    Reza Shah's aim to move away from petrodollar recycling, along with wanting to construct nuclear reactor in markets competing with US companies, proved his undoing.

    Longstanding US policy aims for maintaining dollar hegemony, using developing nations as suppliers of oil and other raw materials, limiting their growth potential, wanting them prevented from competing with US industry.
    Reza Shah's divergence from US aims got the Carter administration to replace him with Ayatollah Khomeini, living in France at the time - a coup initiated similar to toppling Mohammad Mosaddegh in 1953.

    Broader aims were involved, Washington wanting unchallenged regional dominance allied with Israel.

    Then and now, the strategy involves balkanizing regional countries along tribal and religious lines - a divide and conquer strategy similar to the 1990s Balkan wars.

    The aim was to create an "arc of crisis," spreading to Central Asia and the Soviet Union.

    At the time, Reza Pahlavi was negotiating a 25-year oil agreement with British Petroleum (BP). Talks broke down.
    BP demanded exclusive rights to future Iranian output, refusing to guarantee oil purchases. Pahlavi balked. He sought new buyers of Iranian oil in Germany, France, Japan and elsewhere - eager to have it.
    US/UK destabilizing of Iran followed. Oil purchases were cut. Other economic pressure followed, turmoil instigated, including oil strikes, crippling production.

    CIA operatives worked with Iran's hated Savak secret police, building antipathy toward Pahlavi. Protests followed, leading to his ouster. Khomeini returned to Tehran, proclaimed an Islamic Republic. Plans for nuclear development were shelved.

    Russia is actively involved today in nuclear reactor construction in Iran - for commercial power generation.
    Tehran deplores nuclear weapons, wants the region free of them, Israel the only Middle East country with an undeclared arsenal.
    Tehran threatens no one. Washington, NATO and Israel threaten world peace - sooner or later their devastating WMDs likely to be used, Iran a possible target.
    Regional tensions are heightened. US/Israeli rage for Middle East dominance could engulf the region in greater war than already.

    Things are heading in this direction if nothing is done to stop it - risking devastating conflict, potentially able to spread globally, a frightening situation.

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