Jafarzaddeh: Refer Iran’s Nuclear Dossier to the UN Security Council

Refer Iran’s Nuclear Dossier to the UN Security Council

BEHIND THE IRAN HEADLINES Series, June 6, 2024, Alireza Jafarzadeh, NCRI-US Deputy Director

The Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is debating the status of Tehran’s nuclear program, considering significant violations of the regime’s obligations and commitment.

The report by the IAEA’s Director General, Rafael Grossi, is damning according to media reports.  He underscored his worries again this week, saying: “It’s unacceptable to talk about nuclear weapons, as some people do in Iran.”

Iranian regime authorities such as Kamal Kharrazi, adviser to the regime’s supreme leader and head of the Iranian regime’s Strategic Council on Foreign Relations, have repeatedly boasted about possessing nuclear weapon production capabilities, though presenting it as contrary to their policies.

On the eve of the Board’s meeting, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, the NCRI, urged American and European leaders to refer Tehran’s nuclear dossier to the United Nations Security Council.

She again called on the international community to activate the trigger clause in UNSC Resolution 2231 to reinstate sanctions on the regime, noting that “It is critically important to classify the regime under Chapter VII of the UN Charter and to officially designate the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) as a terrorist organization.”

Let’s make it clear. Obtaining a nuclear weapon capability is a core component of Tehran’s warmongering strategy as it is facing a crisis of survival and a determined nation seeking change, particularly after the death of its mass-murderer president, Ebrahim Raisi.

The definitive end to this threat will only be achieved when the ruling theocracy is overthrown by the Iranian people and replaced with a democratic, peaceful, and non-nuclear republic, which is precisely what the Iranian Resistance has been seeking.



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