Amid shocking revelations that the Iranian regime has enriched near-weapon-grade uranium for nuclear weapons, the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) said on Friday: Very detailed report to the counter Tehran’s ambitions for a nuclear-weapon state.
MEMRI’s report argues that the Biden administration and Europe can take strong steps to deter Iran’s nuclear ambitions, with the exception of military strikes targeting Iran’s nuclear facilities.
MEMRI presents an “action plan” aimed at stripping the legitimacy of the Islamic Revolutionary State.
The report comes at a historic moment in Iran’s history with an uprising against the clerical regime that has swept its 87 million people since September. Demonstrations have engulfed Iran after 22-year-old Gina (Martha) Amini was arrested and killed by the regime’s notorious moral police in mid-September for not wearing her hijab properly.
MEMRI advocates “support for anti-regime protests, such as renaming the street where the Iranian embassy in the West is located after Amini.”
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The authors of the report, MEMRI President Yigal Kamon and MEMRI’s Iran Research Project Director Ayelet Savion, said, “To this day, the Iranian regime has remained very sensitive and enthusiastic about its international legitimacy. Any erosion of the Iranian regime’s legitimacy could slow Iran’s sprint toward weapons-grade uranium enrichment and curb terrorist activity in the region. Temporarily. “
Anti-Western troikas such as Russia, the Chinese Communist Party and Iran are the focus of the report. MEMRI calls the relationship between these countries “an anti-Western axis with Iran playing a central role.”
MEMRI also indicted Iran’s supreme leader, Ali Khamenei, for allegedly issuing a fatwa (an Islamic religious order) against the production of nuclear weapons. The think tank said, “Iran must be denounced for Khamenei’s lies about alleged fatwas to ban nuclear weapons. They must be loudly condemned for lying.” .”
When asked for a copy of the original fatwa, Mojtaba Babaei, spokesman for Iran’s UN diplomatic mission, sent a UN document to Fox News Digital, stating: Bans the use of weapons of mass destruction, including nuclear weapons, stating: Haram (religiously forbidden) and believes it is the duty of every person to strive to protect humanity against this catastrophe”
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MEMRI told Fox News Digital that the UN document was a “political statement” and not a “fatwa”. MEMRI wrote Website analyticsdeclared that “Iran’s official version of Ayatollah Khamenei’s alleged anti-nuclear fatwa is a lie.”
When repeatedly asked for a copy of the original fatwa in Persian, Babai refused to provide it.
The UN has backed away from highlighting the Iranian regime’s terrorism. “A United Nations white paper listing terrorist attacks carried out or planned by Iran and its proxies, as well as the internal persecution and execution of dissident protesters, would have a profound impact,” the MEMRI policy document said. There is
MEMRI states: “Such white papers may indicate that Iran is a terrorist state both domestically and internationally. and would expose the fact that the US imposed sanctions in 1988 and 2019. -President Ebrahim Raisi, of thousands of political prisoners, including many academics…for his role in the 1988 executions. against.”
MEMRI also said the United Nations accusations were “academic activities in the West by regime advocates such as Princeton University’s Hossein Moussabian and Oberlin University’s Mohammad Jafar Mahrati, as well as the propaganda station HispanTV runs in South America.” He stressed the possibility of exposing
Moussabian has faced strong criticism from Iranian-Americans, including serving as ambassador to Germany when the Iranian regime authorized the assassination of Kurdish dissidents in a Berlin restaurant in 1992.
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Fox News Digital reported on Oberlin College’s so-called ‘peace professor’ Maharati’s alleged role as ambassador to Iran in 1988 in reporting the massacre of at least 5,000 Iranians.
MEMRI supports devastating sanctions to destabilize the Iranian regime, including forceful enforcement of existing punitive measures against Tehran.
“During years of sanctions, the US transferred billions of dollars from the Federal Reserve to Iraq and pretended not to know that this money would end up in Tehran. ,” MEMRI wrote.
The authors call on European countries to ban Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps as a foreign terrorist organization. In 2019, the US designated the IRGC a terrorist organization that killed more than 600 US servicemen in the Middle East, according to the US government.
The United States has named Tehran as the world’s worst sponsor of international terrorism under both Democratic and Republican governments.
The Iranian regime has defended and ordered the assassination of Iranian-American dissidents such as Donald Trump, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, former National Security Advisor John Bolton and Massey Alinejad.
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MEMRI “Openly condemns Iran’s aggression against the West. Despite Iran’s open threats to assassinate US officials and dissidents living abroad, there have been meaningful accusations from the United States and the West. It’s worth noting that they haven’t,” he argues.
“Open calls for regime change in Iran would be problematic,” the authors say, but “at least the West sends a message that reassures the regime that Iran has no Western intentions of regime change.” I’m told it shouldn’t.”
The US and other world powers (France, Germany, UK, China, Russia) are focused on reaching an agreement with Iran to temporarily curb its illegal nuclear weapons program in exchange for sanctions relief. claim to have ignored human rights abuses in Iran. Critic.
MEMRI advocates for “supporting human rights groups exposing the Iranian regime’s discrimination and oppression against ethnic and religious minorities, especially the LGBTQ+ community.”
Iran’s sensitivity to bans at international sporting events was noted by MEMRI. “The Iranian regime has executed football players and wrestlers for expressing support for anti-regime protests, so Iran’s national football and wrestling teams should be sanctioned.”
Labor unrest spreading across Iran was also a topic of MEMRI. The think tank urged “support for trade strikes and labor unrest in Iran, as did Trade Union Solidarity in Poland in 1980.”
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