World Powers to Help Iran Protect Its Nuclear Facilities


iran nuclearThe nuclear deal with Iran guarantees that world powers will assist Iran in thwarting attempts to undermine its nuclear program.

Article 10 stipulates that world powers and Iran will foster “cooperation through training and workshops to strengthen Iran’s ability to protect against, and respond to, nuclear security threats, including sabotage, as well as to enable effective and sustainable nuclear security and physical protection systems.”

Recent years have seen various mishaps befall the Iranian nuclear program, from powerful computer viruses to the death of nuclear scientists, which world media outlets have often attributed to foreign intelligence agencies.

The clause did not appear in the interim deal in April, but was added to the final agreement at the last minute.

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  1. What we know about the deal so far:
    1) A minimum of 24 days advance notice prior to any inspections.
    2) More than $100 billion freed up, with no restriction against using the money for terror.
    3) No restrictions against anti-American or anti-Israeli incitement.
    4) No restrictions on supplying Hamas, Hezbolla or other terror organizations with weapons.
    5) Iran will now be the only country in the world with this level of external protection for their nuclear facilities.
    6) Not to mention the equipment (centrifuges), facilities (Fordow) and material (enriched uranium) Iran will be allowed to retain. Is this really what anyone considers a good deal?

  2. It follows, that if Israel feels the urgent need to do a preemptive strike against the Iranian nuclear facilities, then the “world powers” will be duty bound by the treaty to thwart such a strike, by whatever means it takes (including tipping off the Iranians and downing Israeli warplanes).

    Hashem Yeracheim!