According to a terrifying story in the Jerusalem Post that cites numerous European security agencies, the Iranian terror regime may be perilously close to conducting a nuclear bomb test.
Its biggest supporter appears to be the Biden administration, which has openly let Iran develop nuclear weapons while employing delay strategies in the name of continued “negotiations”.
The Post reported that the regime “has sought to obtain illicit technology for its active atomic weapons program, according to a series of shocking European intelligence reports released in 2023.”
The report also claims that Iran has consistently broken the Obama nuclear deal.
Based on research from the Netherlands, Sweden, and Germany, the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) published translations of the materials on its website.
The rapid creation of weapons-grade uranium in Iran, according to the Netherlands General and Intelligence Security Service (AVID), “brings the option of a possible Iranian first nuclear test closer.
That report states, “Iran advanced its nuclear program last year. The nation keeps building up its inventories of 20% and 60% enriched uranium. This can be used to further enrich the uranium to the 90% enriched level required for a nuclear bomb using centrifuges.
The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) agreements were made, according to the AVID assessment, but Iran continues to disregard them.
Additionally, it is improving its capability for enrichment by utilizing uranium enrichment centrifuges of ever-growing sophistication.
An authority on Iran, Israeli Brigadier General Yossi Kuperwasser, told the Washington Post that “Iran is evidently committed to its nuclear weapons plan.
“The European intelligence reports describe covert Iranian efforts to reduce the breakout time of a nuclear arsenal by acquiring it illegally from various European countries,” Kuperwasser stated.
He said that the stories might be exaggerating the situation. “The reports only reveal a portion of Iran’s activities in Europe, and it is prudent to presume that the majority of those activities have remained covert.
Since European and US actions against Iran have been sluggish and uninspiring, Iran is likely to see Western policies towards it as a show of weakness. According to him, the US’s efforts to strike a nuclear agreement with Iran are “rewarding Iran with a new ‘understanding’ and would only incentivize Iran to continue and intensify its efforts to secure the necessary nuclear weapons components.