1- One of the strategies of the Zionist regime is to have nuclear energy exclusively in West Asia and to have the ability to enrich uranium. Israel is the only regime in West Asia to have nuclear weapons and nuclear warheads, and has not even accepted membership in the International Atomic Energy Agency for failing to comply with restrictive international regulations. The Zionists want to have only nuclear power and enrichment, and therefore try to prevent Iran from using nuclear energy in a peaceful way. Of course, any West Asian country that wants to have this power, even for peaceful purposes. Opposition from Israel, just as before the revolution, when the Pahlavi regime wanted to establish the Atomic Energy Organization, Tel Aviv, despite friendly relations with the Shah, Opposed the move. Iran’s lack of access to nuclear energy is so important to the Zionist regime that it has repeatedly assassinated our country’s nuclear scientists.
2. The policy of Israel after the victory of the Islamic Revolution was to use the Zionist lobby and US support to introduce Iran as a global threat that seeks to build atomic bombs. The regime managed to continue to put pressure on Iran by using its lobby in the UN Security Council and taking advantage of the support of the United States, Europe and some reactionary Arab countries. Iran has repeatedly stated that it has never sought to build atomic bombs and that it wants nuclear energy for peaceful purposes, and Ayatollah Khamenei the Supreme Leader’s fatwa banning the construction of nuclear weapons confirmed this. Unfortunately, with false information provided by Israel, the UN Security Council passed four resolutions against Iran on the pretext that Iran was seeking to build an atomic bomb. The nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5 + 1 countries, thwarted the efforts of the Zionist regime, and with the ineffectiveness of these four resolutions and the adoption of Resolution 2231, the United States and Europe were obliged to lift the oppressive sanctions against Iran. Under these circumstances, it became clear that Iran had never sought to build an atomic bomb and was not a threat to global security.
3. After the failure of Israel, which led to the isolation of this regime, the Zionists, along with some countries such as Saudi Arabia, tried to use the opportunity of Trump’s presence in the White House and try to get the United States out of the UN Security Council. Their idea was that with the withdrawal of the United States from nuclear agreement, Iran would also be excluded from the agreement, and with the destruction of that, the United States could again put pressure on Iran in the Security Council. The wise policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran to stay in agreement as a claimant thwarted the Zionist conspiracy. From now on, Iran as a claimant, called on the other members of the UN Security Council, including European countries, to fulfill their UN Security Council commitments. After the new government came to power in 1400, the Zionist regime thought that Iran would withdraw from the nuclear talks and pave the way for the return of the nuclear case to the Security Council. The clever policy of the 13th government to continue the nuclear talks and Iran’s good cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency also neutralized this idea of the Zionists.
4. The Zionist regime is concerned that the success of the nuclear talks and the lifting of sanctions will allow Iran to overcome its economic problems and be able to continue its peaceful nuclear program under the supervision of the International Atomic Energy Agency. Israel and some Arab countries are not interested in Iran becoming an economic power in the region in addition to military and scientific power. Another reason for the Zionist regime’s opposition to the nuclear talks is the concern about increasing Iran’s regional influence and strengthening the axis of resistance. They think that if the sanctions are agreed and lifted, Iran’s influence in the wider region and the isolation of the Zionist regime in the region will increase. The recent threats of the Zionist regime against Iran can also be analyzed in the same context, although these threats are mostly domestic and are aimed at covering up the shortcomings of the fake government of Naftali Bennett. The Zionists are aware that in the event of an attack on Iran, they will make a devastating mistake, and with a strong and decisive confrontation with Iran, they will see the process of their destruction accelerated.
Fortunately, the negotiating team, consciously and respectfully and with a result-oriented approach, is following its talks in Vienna, and the success of the negotiations will lead to the isolation of the Zionist regime. At the same time, if the negotiations do not end with the stubbornness and error of the US calculation, Iran’s progress will continue and the US and the Zionist regime will not be able to prevent Iran from increasing uranium enrichment to the desired level.
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