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Bennett warns that Iran close to bomb as nuclear talks remain at impasse - The Jewish World

Jun 15, 2022 View Original Article
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    100% Extremely Conservative

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    100% Extremely Conservative

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    -64% Negative

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66% :Iran considers itself in an excellent position, Pinko said, as it views Europe as "desperately" in need of fossil fuels and the United States as vacillating.
53% : Grossi also informed IAEA members that Iran intends to install two new IR-6 cascades (a series of linked centrifuges that enrich uranium) at its Natanz nuclear facility.
50% : Eyal Pinko, an expert on Israeli national security and intelligence and a researcher and lecturer at Bar-Ilan University, is convinced Iran is playing the long game.
50% : The Europeans want access to Iranian oil and to penetrate Iranian markets, and Iran wants to free itself from economic sanctions.
49% :"Europe is pretty much occupied with the Ukrainian war," he added, "but in the next few months, one to three months, they will go back and revive the negotiations with Iran."
47% :Iran has already been operating nearly 100 IR-6s at its Fordo underground nuclear facility, the IAEA reported.
47% : Other countries in the region share that view, including the United Arab Emirates, whose leader invited Bennett to his country for a meeting on June 9 that observers say was driven by concern over events surrounding Iran.
47% :Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz on May 17 confirmed that Iran has 60 kilograms of uranium enriched to 60%, about double the 33 kilograms the IAEA reported in March.
45% :Pinko agrees that Iran already has the capacity to build a nuclear weapon, especially when considering an IAEA report from May 2021.
44% : On April 4, Iran announced it would not send representatives back to Vienna to continue talks with counterparts from Britain, France, Germany, Russia, China and, indirectly, the United States.
44% : According to the Wall Street Journal, Iran would need about 40 kilograms of 60%-enriched uranium "to produce enough weapons-grade nuclear fuel for a weapon.""It can take Iran 12 weeks to three months once it makes the decision," University of Tel Aviv's Zisser said of Iran's current position.
44% : Noting that Iran is receiving help from China and North Korea, Pinko postulated "they have the full capacity for the bomb, including the missiles to carry it and the weapon system to operate the nuclear warhead.
43% : Iran, the Russians and the Chinese are seeing this as a source of weakness," Pinko said.
42% : Eytan Gilboa, professor of political science and a senior fellow at the Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security, told JNS: "The West concluded that Iran is not interested in a deal and that the negotiations, as some of them suspected, were designed just to buy time in order for Iran to continue with its nuclear project at an accelerated speed."
42% : Keen For A DealPinko told JNS he believes that Iran and the West will reach an agreement because both sides are keen for a deal.
41% : So, where do negotiations stand and how close is Iran to crossing the nuclear threshold?
40% : "An IR-6 centrifuge spins uranium 10 times as fast as the first-generation centrifuges that Iran was once limited to under its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers," according to the Associated Press.
38% :Iran Removes Cameras
37% : It could be they're trying to put pressure on Iran, or they've come to a point where they can't handle it and figure it's better to leave it to the U.N. Security Council or the United States."
37% : "Europe sees a lot of opportunities in Iran and Iran is losing a lot of opportunities in Europe and with other economies.
36% : Most recently, Bennett told The Telegraph, "Without pressure from the West, the Islamic regime in Iran could get their hands on a nuclear bomb very soon.
33% : The population in Iran is starting to feel hungry and they're protesting, and the Iranian leadership has a lot of internal problems as a result," Pinko said.
32% :Israel Continues To WarnIsrael has been advocating for concerted action against Iran for years, warning of the danger of a nuclear-armed Islamic Republic to the entire world.
30% : Efforts to revitalize the process hit a low point when, on June 8, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) condemned Iran over its failure to explain traces of uranium at three undisclosed sites.
19% : The next day, Iran denounced the resolution as "political" and "unconstructive," and IAEA director-general Rafael Grossi revealed that Iran had removed 27 of the U.N. watchdog group's surveillance cameras from nuclear sites around the country (about 40 remain in place).

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