Friday, 24 May, 2019

Iran to Retaliate Imminent US Congress Sanctions

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By: Mansour Afrasiabi

The nuclear talks between Iran and P5+1 have reached a critical stage. Undoubtedly, those analysts and experts who concerned in Iran’s nuclear talks with P5+1 believe that Iran’s nuke program is transparent and clear.

For example, IAEA, whose task is to monitor and control Iran’s nuclear program, has repeatedly confirmed both the peaceful nature of Iran’s nuclear program and Iran’s compliance with all rules and regulations of IAEA.

In political ethics especially in a world filled with enlightenment and civilization allegation, sanctions are regarded as an inhumane and unethical conduct. On the other hand, exerting pressure on all nations would not always lead to fruitful results and in some cases, this may have the opposite outcomes. Based on the perception of US officials towards Iranians, it is unlikely that they disregard this fact, misinterpret the interaction of Iranians with their government which is logic-based, and take some actions, resulting in dwindling Iranian tolerance.

If US Congress were to impose further sanctions against Iran, then Iran’s Parliament would join the scene by retaliating them. At that time, the prediction by Iran’s Foreign Minister, Dr. Zarif, would be realized, leading to “death of nuclear deal”.   

It is recommended that P5+1 countries especially US take some serious steps to make a deal with Iran because there is no guarantee that once again Iran sits at the negotiation table. As there is a well-known proverb that tomorrow is too late.  

 

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