Iran Crossing Nuke Uranium Enrichment Threshold ‘Cannot Be Avoided’ – IAEA: Jonah Jeremy Bob, Jerusalem Post, June 6, 2022 — Not only has Iran failed to reduce concerns about its violations of the nuclear nonproliferation safeguards agreement, it also will eventually cross the uranium enrichment threshold, International Atomic Energy Agency Director-General Rafael Grossi said Monday.
Iranian Breakout Timeline Now at Zero:David Albright and Sarah Burkhard, Institute for Science and International Security, June 1, 2022 — Iran has crossed a new, dangerous threshold; Iran’s breakout timeline is now at zero. It has enough 60 percent enriched uranium or highly enriched uranium (HEU) to be assured it could fashion a nuclear explosive.1 If Iran wanted to further enrich its 60 percent HEU up to weapon-grade HEU, or 90 percent, it could do so within a few weeks with only a few of its advanced centrifuge cascades.2
U.S. Intel Leaks, Latest on Iran, and Media’s Moral Idiot’s on Israel:Diplomatically Incorrect with Ambassador Dan Dermer and Michael Makovsky, June 2, 2022– In this episode Ambassador Dan Dermer and Michael Makovsky discuss U.S. intelligence leaks, Rob Malley’s Senate testimony on Iran, and the media’s attacks on Israel.
Iran Is Developing Preemptive-Strike Capabilities with Drones and Cruise Missiles: Drones and Cruise Missiles; Lt.-Col. (ret.) Michael Segall, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, May 31, 2022
Four Iranians Killed in Less Than a Month – Coincidence? – Analysis: Anna Ahronheim, Jerusalem Post, June 6, 2022
Biden Is No Friend of Israel: Con Coughlin, Gatestone Institute, June 3, 2022
Disclosed: How Obama Administration Officials Conducted Shadow Diplomacy with Iran To Undermine Trump: Adam Kredo, Washington Free Beacon, May 26, 2022
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Israel Raises Iran Concerns with Visiting UN Nuclear Chief: Joseph Krauss, AP, June 3, 2022 — Prime Minister Naftali Bennett accused Iran of deceiving the international community about its atomic activities as he met with the visiting head of the U.N. nuclear watchdog on Friday.
Israel Launches Devastating Drone Strike on Top-Secret Iran Military Base: Rick Moran, PJ Media, May 28, 2022 — A military strike that utilized quadcopter drones launched from inside Iran hit the top-secret Iranian military base at Parchin. It’s believed the strike targeted Iran’s drone research and development complex and not its missile or nuclear research facilities.
Senate Hearing on Iran Nuclear Deal: C-Span, May 25, 2022 — Robert Malley, President Biden’s special envoy for nuclear talks with Iran, told lawmakers the prospects for a return to a deal are “tenuous at best.” He testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee about the impact of the Obama administration’s 2015 nuclear agreement and former President Trump’s decision to withdraw from it. After Mr. Malley’s testimony, the committee heard from Iran scholars on the administration’s efforts to negotiate a new agreement.
Time for Plan B on Iran: JINSA’s Gemunder Center Iran Policy Project | May 2022 — The first step toward recovery is admitting you have a problem. For more than a year, President Joe Biden, with misguided patience and misplaced good faith, has offered Tehran mutual reentry into the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) nuclear deal, in the hopes this might lead to a “longer, stronger” agreement that prevents Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon and addresses its other malign activity, including regional aggression and ballistic missile development.
Could Israel Really Destroy Iran’s Nuclear Facilities in a Strike?; Maya Carlin, 1945, June 1, 2022 — Over the years, Israeli military officials have hinted at the country’s ability to strike Iran’s nuclear facilities if necessary.