Israel fears US will settle for a ‘less’ for less ‘nuclear deal met Iran – report’

Israel fears the United States will settle for a “less” for less “nuclear deal” with Iran, a senior Israeli official told the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday, go ahead of the resumption of negotiations next week in Vienna.

Israel, which vehemently opposed the 2015 nuclear deal being negotiated former US President Barack Obama has perpetrated a reported sabotage campaign against Iran and threatened military action. On Tuesday, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett indicated that Israel was willing to break with the US and other allies to take action against Iran, if necessary.

The US has also warned Which military action is possible as Iran in comes close to producing a nuclear weapon.

“Israel is bad concerned that the US is setting the stage for What she call a ‘less’ for less agree,” the senior Israeli official said, speaking on condition of anonymity. “Such an agreement would be detrimental and would only benefit the Iranian regime.”

“Such an agreement will convince the Iranians” public and countries in the region that nuclear blackmail works,” added the official. “It seems like the US could give Iran a bargain.”

The warning came after a top VS general said Iran has the ability until build a nuclear weapon in a very short time and that the US military was ready with other options to prevent this should diplomacy fail.

Israel fears US will settle for a ‘less’ for less ‘nuclear deal met Iran – report’

Gene. Kenneth McKenzie, Commander of United States Central Command, listens at a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing, Sept. 28, 2021, on Capitol Hill in Washington. (Stefani Reynolds/The New York Times) via AP, swimming pool)

“Our President Said They Won’t Have Nuclear Weapons,” Commander General Kenneth McKenzie of US Central Command, told Time magazine in comments published Wednesday. “The diplomats are in the lead on this, but Central Command always has variety of plans die we could perform, if they are guided.”

While other US officials have spoken in recent days of “other options” should attempts to bring Iran back to the nuclear deal fail, McKenzie’s comments were the clearest yet met pertaining to an American military option.

McKenzie, the top US commander in the Middle East, said he believes Tehran currently not made the decision to persevere with building a real warhead, but deploys itself in a position where it could do that in a very short time.

“They’re very close this time,” McKenzie said. “I think she like the idea of can break through.”

Reports in the past few days have shown that both The United States and Israel believe that Iran has pushed far enough forward with his illegal enrichment program that it could build a nuclear weapon in a case of weeks to months, should it chooses to do so.

In this image made dated April 17, 2021, video released by the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting, IRIB, state-run TV, various centrifugation machines line the hall damaged on Sunday 11 April 2021, in the Natanz uranium enrichment facility, some 322 km to the south of the capital Tehran. (IRIB via AP, File)

The UN nuclear watchdog told member states: in its confidential quarterly report last week that Iran has an estimated stock of 17.7 kilograms (39 pounds) of uranium enriched met up up to 60% fissile purity, an increase of almost 8 kilograms since August. The highly enriched uranium is just a short technical step to be of weapon quality.

secretary of State Antony Blinken has spoken of “other options”, although negotiator for the JCPOA talks met Rob Malley, in An interview this week with the American broadcaster NPR, made the clear the United States thought in the first place of economic pressure.

Nevertheless, Malley warned that Washington would not be “idle by” if Iran delayed progress at the conversations.

“If [Iran] continues to do what it appears to be doing now, which is drag its feet at the nuclear diplomatic table and its pace when it comes to its nuclear program… we will have to respond accordingly,” Malley said.

(From left to right) IDF chief of Staf Aviv Kohavi, CENTCOM Commander Kenneth F. McKenzie, Jr., and minister of Defense Benny Gantz in Tel-Aviv, on January 29, 2021. (Ariel Hermoni/Ministry of Defence)

Also on On Wednesday, the UN nuclear watchdog said there are “no” progress” in talk with Tehran on disputes over security of atom of Iran program, just days before conversations start again on the nuclear deal met Iran of 2015 new life in to blow.

Rafael Grossi, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), told a quarterly meeting of the bureau board die conversations die he held in Tehran on Tuesdays were “unconvincing” despite being “constructive”.

Behrouz Kamalvandi, spokesman for the Organization for Atomic Energy of Iran, Iranian television told its team “tried to the last moment” but there is still work to do.

director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency Rafael Mariano Grossi focuses on the: media during a news conference over the agency’s oversight of Iran’s nuclear energy program in the International Center in Vienna Austria, on Monday, June 7, 2021. (AP Photo/Lisa Leutner)

Iran will return to talks in Vienna with world powers after a break of five months after the elections of an ultra-conservative chairman, Ebrahim Raisi.

The deal has gradually fallen apart since then former US President Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew in 2018.

The following year, Iran retaliated by starting met move waiver of his obligations in under the deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, of JCPOA.

Negotiations take place indirectly, with an EU envoy die shuttles between Malley and the Iranian delegation, die refuses to meet the US representative face-until-face.

Iran has demanded a dissolution of all sanctions except the Biden administration says it only discusses measures die imposed by Trump as part of the withdrawal from the nuclear deal, including a sweeping unilateral US ban on all other countries die buy iran key export of oil.

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