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Iran's Rouhani: Israel should sign non-nuclear treaty

Iran has urged Israel to sign the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Speaking at the UN General Assembly for the second time this week, President Hassan Rouhani called for a world disarmament conference to establish a nuclear-free zone in the Middle East.

Iranian Parliament to Study Withdrawal from NPT

Parliamentary sources revealed on Saturday that Iran's legislature is due to discuss the country's withdrawal from the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) after the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) director-general released a biased report against Iran.

Israeli officials: ElBaradei an Iranian agent

Absurd claim despite ElBaradei sitting in same Wall Street-London think-tank as current Israeli president, Bank of Israel governor, and a former Israeli foreign minister.

IAEA is not impartial

A Middle East expert says the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), as a part of the UN which is itself a part of the new world order, is not impartial.

'IAEA is not impartial'  - Press TV News
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Ahmadinejad: 9/11 scenario dubious

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says Western media hyped the September 11, 2001 attacks to pave the way for the US-led invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq.

"What was the story behind September 11? In the space of five to six days, and with the aid of the media, they swayed public opinion to the point of considering an attack on Afghanistan and Iraq permissible and a right [for themselves]," he said in a televised speech.

Iran seeks IAEA suspension of US

Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says nuclear-armed states such as the United States should be removed entirely from the IAEA and its Board of Governors.

Press TV, 17 April 2010

The “Nuclear Energy for all, Nuclear Weapons for None” disarmament conference kicked off in Tehran on Saturday with President Ahmadinejad outlining his vision of a world free of nuclear weapons.

Politicizing the IAEA against Iran

On February 18, 2010 the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) issued its latest report on Iran’s nuclear program. The tone of the latest report, as well as its speculations and unfounded allegations, are in sharp contrast with those in the past issued under the former IAEA Director General Mohamed ElBaradei. The new Director General, Yukiya Amano, has set aside ElBaradei’s cautious approach and measured tone and uses blunt language.

JPost Spin - IAEA: Iran's nukes 'also for army’

Jerusalem Post, 21 February 2010

Israel praised an International Atomic Energy Agency report released on Thursday that says Iran may be developing a nuclear warhead.

“The new IAEA report deals more sharply and clearly than its predecessors with the military aspects of Iran’s nuclear program,” the Foreign Ministry said in a statement released on Friday.

Rafsanjani: IAEA report 'custom-made' for Western powers

Press TV, 21 February 2010

The UN nuclear watchdog's latest report on Iran was clearly tailored to suit Western interests and demands, says the Chairman of Iran's Expediency Council Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani.

Rafsanjani said Saturday that the Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency Yukiya Amano was “heavily influenced” by Western countries when he issued the report.

Iran questions Amano's basis for 'concern'

Press TV, 20 February 2010

Iran's envoy to the UN atomic watchdog says the concern expressed in the Agency's latest report is "groundless," as it is not based on any new information.

On Thursday, the Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency Yukiya Amano issued a report about Iran's nuclear program, verifying the non-diversion of declared nuclear material in the country.

IAEA Letter Fuels CNN Alarmism Over Iran

Rick Sanchez Speculates About Non-Existent Iranian 'Nuclear Missile'

Jason Ditz, Antiwar.com, 18 February 2010

Fueled by an unfortunately worded letter by the IAEA about a “technical violation” allegedly made by Iran last week in its civilian nuclear program, CNN’s Rick Sanchez is now speculating about the possibility of Iran “building some kind of nuclear weapon,” even though one of his guests from MIT made it clear this threat was totally illusory.

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