Iran's Regime Soon to Have Nuclear Bombs; Hezbollah Is Next
Iran is closer than ever before to obtaining nuclear bombs. After the Iran-backed Hamas terror group launched its genocidal war against Israel and Jews, the Iranian regime ratcheted up its enrichment of uranium.
The regime claims it now has enough enriched uranium to make three nuclear bombs, according to one of the two confidential reports by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) seen by renowned British media.
On a recent press briefing, IAEA Director-General Rafael Grossi warned, “Iran has ceased to implement lots of aspects and nuclear-related obligations under the JCPOA [the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action] and it’s not implementing mutually agreed additional measures under the joint statement of March 4th.” The regime has also barred IAEA inspectors from entering Iran to monitor its nuclear activities.
Once the Iranian regime gets access to nuclear weapons, it will most likely provide some of them to its proxies, including Hezbollah in Lebanon and the Houthis in Yemen.
The threat of a nuclear-armed Iran must not be underestimated. Iran’s regime has frequently threatened to wipe a whole country - Israel - off the map, and is also increasing military cooperation with Venezuela and Cuba to threaten the US. Europe, too, remains a rich target for nuclear blackmail.
Iran would not even have to use its nuclear bombs; the threat would be enough. General Hossein Salami, the commander in chief of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) has made the regime’s plans vehemently clear: “Our strategy is to erase Israel from the global political map,” he announced on Iran’s state-controlled media in 2019. Further, Iran’s Supreme Guide Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has published “Palestine, ’a 416-page’ guide to destroying Israel.” (GSI / VFI News)
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