ENRICHED URANIUM STORE IN IRAN NOW EXCEEDS 10 TIMES THE SET LIMIT PUTTING THEM ONLY 3.5 MONTHS AWAY FROM TWO FUNCTIONAL NUCLEAR BOMBS

Nowtheendbegins– Nuclear experts predict that Iran is now just 3.5 months away from the “breakout time,” a measurement of how close the country is to having the technology and materials to construct a nuclear weapon. It also now has the fuel to potentially construct two separate bombs. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) disclosed on Friday that Iran has nearly doubled its stockpiles of enriched uranium, generating concerns about the country’s continued progress on a nuclear weapon. Iran granted the IAEA access to several contested nuclear sites that had previously been off limits. A report on Tehran’s nuclear activities was shared with the United States and other United Nations members.

As if this year wasn’t crazy enough, now Iran has such an abundance of enriched uranium that watchdog agencies say they are only 3.5 months away from a nuclear bomb. Make that two nuclear bombs. Remember that agreement Iran signed with Russia back in 2014 to build the nuclear power plants? That investment is about to pay dividends big time.I don’t know where Emmanuel Macron will fit into all this, but should Iran achieve their goal, I know he will fit in somewhere. And, now you know why Israel took all those strikes at Iran over the past two months.

And now will I shew thee the truth. Behold, there shall stand up yet three kings in Persia; and the fourth shall be far richer than they all: and by his strength through his riches he shall stir up all against the realm of Grecia.

Daniel 11:2 (KJB)

I don’t know about you, but this is the perfect update to an already amazing prophetical year. The Middle East is still reverberating from the Abraham Accord, the Mediterranean is chock-full of activity from nations all mentioned in Ezekiel 39, and now Iran is on track for 2 nuclear bombs. What do you call all this if you’re a bible believer? Progress.

Nuclear watchdog: Tehran 3.5 months away from weapon

FROM WASHINGTON FREE BEACON: The United States has evidence that Iran is stockpiling enriched uranium, the key component in a nuclear weapon, in direct violation of international restrictions on Tehran’s use of the fissile material.

Nuclear experts predict that Iran is now just 3.5 months away from the “breakout time,” a measurement of how close the country is to having the technology and materials to construct a nuclear weapon. It also now has the fuel to potentially construct two separate bombs.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) disclosed on Friday that Iran has nearly doubled its stockpiles of enriched uranium, generating concerns about the country’s continued progress on a nuclear weapon. Iran granted the IAEA access to several contested nuclear sites that had previously been off limits. A report on Tehran’s nuclear activities was shared with the United States and other United Nations members.

It is just the latest attempt by Iran to breach restrictions written into the original nuclear agreement governing the amount of uranium it can enrich and keep in the country. Iran has also been building advanced ballistic missiles, contrary to U.N. regulations. The revelations about its uranium enrichment are likely to provide fresh grist for the Trump administration as it seeks to reimpose a set of international sanctions on Iran.

A State Department official, speaking to the Washington Free Beacon only on background, said the IAEA’s report “highlights Iran’s ‘significant nonperformance’ of its commitments under the Iran deal that led the United States to take decisive action to restore U.N. sanctions on Iran.” The official would not comment on specific claims in the report until it is made public by the IAEA. However, the official said there is conclusive proof that Iran is violating its commitments under the nuclear deal.

Iran’s enriched uranium store “now exceeds by 10-fold the limit set in the” nuclear deal, according to the Institute for Science and International Security, a nuclear watchdog group that has closely tracked the IAEA’s inspections. The group said “Iran’s estimated breakout time as of September 2020 is as short as 3.5 months.” READ MORE