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Iran Threatens to Restart Nuke Program

Arak nuclear reactor in Iran (Photo: wikicommons/Nanking2012)

Ever since the international community made its misguided nuclear deal with Iran last year, signs have pointed to the folly of the agreement. And this week, writes The Washington Free Beacon's Adam Kredo, Iran has again threatened to resume its nuclear program if the United States does not meet its demands:

Iran on Tuesday threatened to restart its contested nuclear program in violation of last summer’s international agreement if the United States and other countries fail to move forward with a massive sanctions relief program aimed at bolstering the Iranian economy, according to comments by a top Iranian leader.

Alaeddin Boroujerdi, chair of the Iranian parliament’s national security and foreign policy commission, warned that the Islamic Republic would “resume large-scale uranium enrichment” if leaders feel the international community is not doing enough for Iran under the nuclear deal.

“The Islamic Republic of Iran’s response to the other side’s non-compliance with the implementation of the nuclear deal will be uranium enrichment,” Boroujerdi was quoted as saying in Iran’s state-controlled press.

The comments come on the heels of a similar warning issued by Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei earlier this month...

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