Senator Dianne Feinstein’s Response to Open Letter – & Reply

September 10, 2015 Leave a comment


Reply to Senator Dianne Feinstein’s Response:

Dear Senator Dianne Feinstein,

Thank you for responding to my letter. In your email you have elaborated on the provisions of the JCPOA.  However, in my view, most of these provisions are flawed as indicated below:

Provision of JCPOA: “A reduction in the number of installed centrifuges by two thirds, from more than 19,000 to 6,000, for at least 10 years.”

My concern: Why the regime should be allowed to keep 19,000 centrifuges? This provision permits the regime to keep far more nuclear-related capacity than it would need if it were interested only in peaceful civil application of the nuclear program. Based on the JCPOA the regime is permitted to continue conducting R&D on advanced centrifuges. By keeping almost its entire nuclear infrastructure intact the regime can industrialize them after 8 years.

Provision of JCPOA: “24/7 International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) access to all of Iran’s declared nuclear sites for 15 years.”

My concern: This is not true, based on a confidential agreement between UN’s IAEA and the Iranian regime, the inspection of the Parchin site for any suspicious nuclear activity is left for the regime to perform and the agency has no say on this matter but to accept the regime’s report.

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US Needs to Negotiate with People of Iran, not with Its Illegitimate Regime

September 3, 2015 Leave a comment

President Obama has consistently asserted that the only alternative to the Iran nuclear agreement would be war. The b0afc08838c91428bac8ffa5f4b27665problem is that Mr. Obama has never envisioned trying any other option to tackle the Iran dilemma to see if it works or not. He has never been curious to know how the majority of Iranian people think about a regime, which against their will, has been ruling their country for more than three and half decades.  Instead he suffices to the lies of the Iranian regime’s lobbies that are available at his disposal in Washington to convince himself that appeasement policy with mullahs is the only way to resolve the Iran dilemma. During his term of presidency, the voice of Iranian civic movements inside and outside Iran has never gained his attention and political patronage. Since the beginning of negotiation in 2009 with the theocratic regime in Iran, Obama has never borne in mind providing moral boost to the democracy-promoting political forces of Iran. Neither has he shown political support for the tens and hundreds of protests of the Iranian people around the world.

During the national uprising of the Iranian people in 2009, in which the liberalist Neda Agha-Soltan was shot dead, Obama was busy writing secret appeasing letters to the criminal leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI), Read more…

An Open Letter to the Members of US Congress in Regard to Iran Deal

August 31, 2015 Leave a comment

Dear Congressman,

As you are aware, on July 14, 2015, US administration along with other international members of the P5+1 group reached Congress-1the Iran nuclear agreement, referred to Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

This agreement permits the regime to keep far more nuclear-related capacity than it would need if it were interested only in peaceful civil application of the nuclear program. Also the entire exercise of negotiating with Iranian government is flawed given that it relies too much on trust of the regime. Obama’s logic that Iranian regime is deterrable and “alternative to Iran deal is war” are misleading. Iranian regime is a criminal state because time after time it commits crime against humanity, domestically and transnationally. The nuclear agreement provides the theocratic regime with extensive relief from economic sanctions, which will fuel the regime’s ability to support its dangerous proxies throughout the Middle East.  It would be the turning point for the regime to resume its expansionist regional project, inspired by the Iranian constitution’s preamble stating Iran must spread its Islamic revolution. This means the Middle East will witness the spread of even further chaos and hostilities throughout the whole region. The IRI constitution de facto proclaims the ideological mission of Jihad; any deal that ignores the purpose of the regime’s bellicosity will not only be unsuccessful but will endanger the regional and global security. Negotiation with terrorists doesn’t prevent war, it just delays it, which is why the protocol clearly emphasizes “you don’t negotiate with terrorists.” Read more…

Iran Nuclear Deal Portrays Obama as the Inspector Clouseau of Foreign Policy

August 21, 2015 Leave a comment

We remember that president Obama on several occasion has asserted that the Iran’s nuclear inspection will be based onObama-laughing verification and not trust. The State secretary, John Kerry has also repeatedly said that the nuclear inspections in Iran will be limitless, anytime, anywhere, and 24/7.

In the session hold on July 23, 2015 by the senate foreign relation committee, senator Jim Risch (R-Idaho) addressed his concern to the administration team, secretary state John Kerry, energy secretary Ernest Muniz, and treasurer secretary Jack Lew, saying that the thing that you have agreed upon do not allow the IAEA agency to do the inspection at the Parchin site, the Iranian regime do the inspection on its own.

About a month later after that session, the associated press reveals the secret agreement between Iran and the IAEA board of governors, and announces that the UN will allow Iranian regime to do the inspection of the Parchin site on its own.

Is this a joke or they have assumed the world’s people are masses of idiots? Seriously they expect the mullahs’ regime do the inspection and report to the UN that they have found a trace of illegal nuclear test on the site!

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The JPOA and the Facets of the Iranian Regime’s Hardline Policy

March 6, 2015 Leave a comment

IRI Constitution

Rogue States is a term applied to States that are considered threatening to the World’s peace. This means meeting certain criteria, such as being ruled by authoritarian regimes that seek to proliferate weapons of mass destruction, sponsor terrorism, and severely restrict human rights. The regime of Iran, as such, is considered as a rogue State on top of being a theocratic (Islamic) system. Three decades of nuclear development in Iran has been an issue of international concern in the interests of regional and global security. About a decade diplomatic initiatives by P5+1 to resolve the Iranian nuclear issue have led to the in-progress signing a comprehensive agreement, known as Joint Plan Of Action (JPOA) with two extensions, requiring Iran to suspend many aspects of its nuclear program in exchange for relief from some international sanctions, yet no prospective legally binding instrument that would ensure Iran’s nuclear program will be exclusively peaceful has been attainable.

On February 19, 2015 the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) released its report on the implementation of the NPT safeguards agreement in Iran and the status of Iran’s compliance with United Nation Security Council resolutions. According to this report no progress has been achieved on resolving the IAEA’s concerns about the possible existence of undisclosed nuclear associated activities involving military related organizations, including activities connected to the development of a nuclear payload for a missile. Read more…

Open Letter to EP-Iran Delegation – 2013

April 24, 2013 Leave a comment

04, 24, 2013

European Parliament – The Iran Delegation, EP-Iran Delegation1

To: Tarja Cronberg (Chair), and

Dear Madam Chair,

Time after time, the EP-Iran delegation has frivolously pursued organizing trips to Iran. This year the MEPs’ visit, as we have learned, has been scheduled to start on Friday April, 26, 2013.

In recent years EU has enforced its toughest sanctions on Iran that has never imposed against any other country. These sanctions have aimed at Iran’s human rights abuses, as well as its nuclear weapons program. Such EU’s resolutions have shown that that European Union has stood strongly and united against a defiant regime that has no respect for international norms and regulations. However, the MEP’s scheduled visit to Tehran is actually nothing more than shooting itself in the foot and considered as a last forlorn effort, after seven years of feckless rounds of nuclear talks through P5+1, by the European Parliament to pacify the theocratic mullahs in the vain hope that the regime can be persuaded to stop its nuclear program and improve human rights. Read more…

Open Letter to EP-Iran Delegation – 2012

October 25, 2012 Leave a comment

  10, 21, 2012

European Parliament – The Iran Delegation,

Tarja Cronberg (Chair), and Members Dear Madam Chair, Once again the oppressed Iranian people were shocked to hear an absurd report from European Parliament in regard to embarking on an official visit of their lawmakers to Iran. The question on every Iranian mind is: “How can they even think of going to Tehran at this stage of time?” It seems that there is a sever discord between European Parliament and European Union proceedings when it comes to Iran policy. On 15 October 2012, EU member States have imposed new sanctions on Iran for its reckless behavior that endangers global security, a dramatic reminder that relations with Iran cannot be business as usual. These punitive steps are meant to persuade Iran to engage constructively by addressing the concerns of the International community.  However the trip of EP delegation while basically undermines such EU’s efforts and consequently results in the detraction from their achievement of broader objectives, it would also send incongruous messages to Tehran, making the regime to callously exploit the visit for propaganda purposes. It would be paradoxical and the European Parliament should not play into the hands of Iranian regime. Read more…

President Obama, Your Policy on Iran Contradicts Interests of Iranian Grassroots

May 1, 2012 Leave a comment

For decades United States is among the countries, which has massively suffered from the Islamic Republic of Iran’s (IRI’s) sponsorship of terrorism worldwide. It has all started in 1979 when Islamic regime ordered the seizure of the U.S. embassy in Tehran in which 66 Americans were held hostage for 444 days. Later in 1983 the suicide bombing of U.S. military barracks in Beirut executed by the Islamic Jihad Organization, an Iranian regime’s terror proxy, left 299 Americans dead. The Khobar Towers bombing in 1996 carried out by IRI-supported groups of Hezbollah resulted in death of 19 U.S. service men. 60% of all American combat casualties in Iraq and 50% of combat casualties in Afghanistan have been caused by IRI-made IEDs. More importantly the footprint of IRI’s terrorism in America has become more apparent when the U.S. District Court Rules Iran Behind 9/11 Attacks. Read more…