By Hossein Yari

The great sin of Amano

April 23, 2019 - 11:53

TEHRAN - The silence of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) against non-core nuclear activities of Saudi Arabia indicates that it is non-autonomous. Riyadh, as a center for the development of terrorism in the West Asian region, and the main sponsor of terrorist and extremist groups (such as ISIS), is seeking to expand its nuclear program.

 Donald Trump's government's support for Saudi Arabia's nuclear activities has raised doubts over the issue. Undoubtedly, everyone knows well that the nature of the Saudi regime is not peaceful. Hence, Saudi Arabia's nuclear activities are also dangerous for the international community. These activities certainly do not have a peaceful aspect.

Everyone knows well that basically Amano has never done his real job as IAEA Director General. Unfortunately, the IAEA Director General has committed a great sin. Undoubtedly, he will be responsible for the dangerous consequences of continuing the destructive nuclear activities of the Saudi terrorist regime.

The absolute obedience of Amano from Washington and Tel Aviv has already existed! While only a week remained to the official announcement of U.S. withdrawal from the JCPOA, we witnessed Netanyahu's nuclear show against the Islamic Republic of Iran. In this nuclear and missile show, he argued that Iran, contrary to the JCPOA terms, has moved towards the production of nuclear weapons!

 The claim was so ridiculous that even some of Washington and Tel Aviv allies decided not to take any positions on it.

 Meanwhile, once again we were witnessing the passive stance taken by the IAEA. Eventually, after a few days of silence, the IAEA, in an indirect and prudent response that came after the claims of the Zionist Regime's Prime Minister against Iran, emphasized that it had "no credible indications of activities in Iran relevant to the development of a nuclear explosive device after 2009".

A spokesman for the International Atomic Energy Agency said in a statement that its board of governors had "declared that its consideration of this issue was closed" after it was presented with a report in December 2015. “The Agency evaluates all safeguards-relevant information available to it. However, it is not the practice of the IAEA to publicly discuss issues related to any such information," he added.

Interestingly enough, Yukio Amano didn’t want to take any positions beyond the IAEA's indirect statement, so that the Zionist and U.S. authorities would not blame him for that!

 Finally, the IAEA Director General must be accountable for his discriminatory policies and practices regarding Saudi Arabia's nuclear activities.

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