Prophecy Sign: The coming Middle-East War(s) - Iran, (Persia/Elam)
I will turn you around, put hooks in your jaws and bring you out with your whole army—your horses, your horsemen fully armed, and a great horde with large and small shields, all of them brandishing their swords.
Put will be with them, all with shields and helmets. Ezekiel 38:4-5 NIV
Obama’s ‘Deal’ Would Allow Iran To Start Building Nuclear Bombs In About 10 Years
Should Iran be permitted to build as many nuclear bombs as it wants just a decade from now? Shockingly, this is precisely what the “deal” that the Obama administration is currently negotiating would allow Iran to do. Even the Washington Post, an enthusiastic cheerleader for Obama all these years, says that this deal is the equivalent of “giving Iran everything it wants“. Sadly, ever since negotiations with Iran began several years ago, the stance of the Obama administration has been to retreat, retreat and then retreat some more. Back in 2005, the western world was insisting that Iran was not going to be allowed to have any centrifuges at all. But now we are going to allow Iran to keep all of the nuclear infrastructure that it has built up, and a decade from now it will be allowed to start building nuclear weapons.
‘Apocalyptic’ Iran Deal: Details Increasingly Reveal Bibi is Right
Iran looks to be the big winner in the high stakes negotiation game that the world powers, led by U.S. President Barack Obama’s team, have played like amateurs. The biggest news is that, whereas ten years ago Iran was not permitted to have even one centrifuge, the “deal” the P5+1 will be offering, according to senior Israeli and other officials, allows Iran about 6,500 centrifuges. Those centrifuges have nothing to do with creating nuclear “power,” in the oil-rich Islamic Republic of Iran. Those centrifuges will be spinning the material to hurtle Iran towards nuclear weapons capability. The details that are emerging support the position the Israelis have been warning against, increasingly loudly, for many months.
Iranian Dissidents: Iran Has a Secret Underground Nuke Site
A group of Iranian dissidents said on Tuesday that Iran has an "underground top-secret site" that is enriching uranium intended for nuclear weapons and which has been hidden from the West for years, Fox News reports. According to the Iranian opposition group, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), the complex, called Lavizan-3, is right outside Tehran, "buried deep underground in tunnels and underground facilities" with "radiation-proof doors" to prevent any leaks that could be detected by the United Nations International Energy Agency (IAEA) inspectors. The revelations were unveiled during a Washington, DC, news conference by the NCRI, which first exposed elements of Iran's covert nuclear program in 2002.
Netanyahu: World Powers Gave Up on Stopping Iran
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says world powers "have given up" on stopping Iran from developing nuclear weapons. U.S. and Iranian officials are reporting progress in their negotiations, touting a deal that would allegedly clamp down on Tehran's nuclear activities for 10 years, then slowly ease restrictions. "From the agreement that is forming, it appears they have given up on that commitment and are accepting that Iran will gradually, within a few years, develop capabilities to produce material for many nuclear weapons," Netanyahu said at a Likud gathering in Ma'ale Adumim just outside Jerusalem.
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Assad's Secret: Evidence Points to Syrian Push for Nuclear Weapons
According to findings of Western intelligence agencies, however, the situation is much more explosive than previously assumed. Based on documents that SPIEGEL has in its possession, the agencies are convinced that Assad is continuing in his efforts to build the bomb. Analysts say that the Syrian atomic weapon program has continued in a secret, underground location. According to information they have obtained, approximately 8,000 fuel rods are stored there. Furthermore, a new reactor or an enrichment facility has very likely been built at the site -- a development of incalculable geopolitical consequences.