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Mohammad Hossein Farhangi:‎

West’s nuclear allegations target Iran's scientific progress‎

Service : Politic
Tehran, June 30, (ICANA) – Member of the Majlis Presiding ‎Board Mohammad Hossein Farhangi has denounced the West’s ‎antagonistic approach toward Iran's nuclear energy program as a ‎scenario to halt the Islamic Republic's technological progress.‎
Sunday, July 01, 2012 8:50:10 PM
West’s nuclear allegations target Iran's scientific progress‎

“The animosity of the West and the US is manifest in the nuclear talks with the Islamic Republic of Iran,” Farhangi, said on Saturday.

Farhangi was alluding to the negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 - the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany.

He dismissed the speculations of the West and the P5+1 that Iran's enrichment of uranium to 20 percent may be aimed at weaponization and argued that such claims are unacceptable to the world’s public opinion as the production of nuclear weapons requires the enrichment of uranium to at least 90 percent.

The West and the United States will do their best to obstruct the emergence of Iran as a scientifically and technologically advanced nation in the world and as a model for Muslim nations, he added.

“Based on its revolutionary principles and goals, the Islamic Republic of Iran will never give up on its inalienable rights and will not surrender to the bullying of despotic powers,” the Iranian legislator pointed out.

Farhangi also argued that even if Tehran yielded to the West’s demands to abandon its nuclear energy program, the Western powers would come up with other pretexts to put Tehran under pressure, as "their ultimate objective is to overthrow the Islamic ruling system."

He further said that the West fears Iran's growing clout in the Middle East and Latin America as well as the emergence of the Islamic Republic as a role model for other world countries and noted that the allegations against Iran's nuclear energy program come despite the illegitimacy of weapons of mass destruction in the Shia jurisprudence and despite the fatwa by Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei against nuclear armaments.

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