Serious questions regarding the silence of the International Atomic Energy Agency and the European powers regarding a series of German intelligence reports documenting the Iranian regime's illegal attempts to procure nuclear weapons technology by 2018 have surfaced.
Emily B. Landau, Director of the Arms Control and Regional Security Project at the Tel Aviv National Security Studies Institute, told Fox News that the material in the German documents makes it necessary "to confront Iran with intelligence and to ask tough questions ".
The international powers finally refer to these regularly appearing German intelligence reports, which describe Iran's continued procurement efforts. Landau added that these efforts in the IAEA reports that cite [nuclear] deal advocates to Iran's & # 39; Compliance. & # 39; & # 39; "
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Fox News reviewed a newly published State Intelligence Agency report, in which officials noted that "against this backdrop [of proliferation]weapons of mass destruction continued to be a powerful political instrument during the period under review, enhancing the stability of the entire state structure in both the regional and the state as well as in the international crisis could shake situations. "
The report noted that" in particular, states such as Iran, North Korea, Pakistan and Syria attempted to acquire and pass on such weapons in the context of dissemination, for example, by transport routes Third countries are veiled. "
Visiting researchers from these countries are associated with" dissemination behavior, "which is coordinated by intelligence services from these countries, the report said.
" One example is the field of electrical engineering combined with the use of Zentrifu uranium enrichment, "says the document. "There is a constant suspicion that foreign intelligence agencies are putting pressure on their own visiting scientists to obtain the required technical know-how."
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Iran was also referred to as standing in connection with illegal espionage in the German higher education system.
"Another example of intelligence control is the exchange of research between higher education institutions in the field of chemical-biological processes," the report said. 19659003] The results of the Hesse report reflect other German intelligence data that Fox News first reported in May that Iran is a "high-risk country" that "is making efforts to supplement its arsenal of conventional weapons with weapons of mass destruction."
When asked whether the IAEA had examined the German intelligence documents, the IAEA spokesman Fredrik Dahl replied: "We have no comment."
Authorities i Also Hessen was the mother of the topic.
Asked whether the country's secret service forwarded its findings to the IAEA, the United Nations and the United Nations Security Council, Carsten Rauch, a spokesman for the Hessian intelligence agency Fox News, said: "About the information contained in our annual report In addition, the State Office for the Protection of the Hessian Constitution can not provide you with information in the sense of your request. "
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Angela Pley, spokeswoman for the German Federal Intelligence Service, told Fox News: "The constitutional protection authorities have no knowledge of Iran's actual violations of the JCPOA [the Iran nuclear deal] in Germany. In contrast, federal and state constitutional protection agencies report in their annual reports on Iran's proliferation-related procurement activities for its missile program, which is not covered by the JCPOA. In this context, no information has been communicated to the IAEA, the United Nations Security Council or the United Nations. "
The JCPOA is the Joint Comprehensive Action Plan, the formal name of the agreement designed to dampen Iran's nuclear ambitions in exchange for sanctioning sanctions.
Local intelligence reports across Germany seem to contradict Pley's claim that Iran's alleged illegal activity is only related to its missile programs. Asked how the Federal Intelligence Service knew that there were no violations of the JCPOA, if the IAEA, the United Nations and the UN Security Council had not checked the intelligence, Pley did not comment.
Uwe Becker, Hesse's commissioner for Jewish life and the fight against anti-Semitism, told Fox News that Chancellor Angela Merkel and the European Union should close the Iranian nuclear deal and impose sanctions on Tehran again.
"The current escalation with Israel should be reason enough for Germany to stand up for the nuclear deal … The Iranian nuclear deal that was undermined by Iran …, [as] is dead, and with it the necessary sanctions against Tehran "It is not about a policy against the Iranian people, which is deprived of important liberties by its own government, but about a clear attitude towards the political leadership in Tehran."
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Landau, an arms control expert, said: "First, it is important that this information be widely publicized and part of the public debate on Iran, as it indicates that Iran is not committed to its military obligation aren's abilities to work has failed (unlike deal supporters who claim based on IAEA reports since the nuclear agreement that Iran has fully and only followed) the US has broken its commitment …)  "In my view, it is most important to know at this point that Iran did not stop everything in 2015 [when the nuclear deal was reached] because the debate in Europe is ignoring this. "and added:" The point is that it has pursued [Iran] these efforts after signing the JCPOA [was reached]. "
Landau noted that the Iran Agreement" has a special channel for procurement has established for the control issues of this kind ", as stated in the German intelligence documents. "The problem is that the considerations there are almost ignored."
Another request from Fox News to Fredrik Dahl, the IAEA spokesman, as to whether the agency will require a review of German Intelligence data remained unanswered. 19659003] When a spokesman for Merkel's government was asked about the Iranian nuclear deal, he referred to a joint statement by Germany, the UK and France on 23 September, stating, "We recall ours on 14 July 2015 with Iran agreed continued commitment to the JCPOA and unanimously approved by the UN Security Council. We urge Iran once again to reverse its decisions in order to reduce compliance with the Agreement and to fully respect its obligations under the Agreement. We urge Iran to fully cooperate with the IAEA through the JCPOA and its Comprehensive Safeguards Agreement. "
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Last month, the Merkel promoted the government and participated in an economic forum for the Iranian regime in Berlin, led by US Ambassador Richard Grenell triggered fierce criticism in Germany.
"Iran commits serious human rights violations against its own citizens, has planned and executed terrorist attacks and murders on European soil, and has facilitated Assad's war crimes in Syria. Now is not the time to promote deals that send euros to the coffers of the regime only at the expense of the Iranian people, "said Grenell, a former Fox News employee.
The German Ministry of Foreign Affairs sent Miguel Berger, head of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Sustainable Development, to the welcoming address at the eighth conference of the "Banking and Economic Forum Iran Europe" in Berlin.
Benjamin Weinthal reports on human rights in the Middle East and is a scholarship holder at  Foundation for the Defense of Democracies. Follow him on Twitter @BenWeinthal.