Iran: A 'cat' going for an atomic bomb

Source: American Thinker - View Original Article
Published: Feb 21, 2021
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Policy Leaning Analysis:

This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of 50% Conservative:

  • 1 positive sentiment and 16 negative sentiments for Iran.



Policies:

Iran

Sentiments

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7% "A possible 2021 agreement could have advantages for Iran, temporarily.""
-2% "Speaking on the anniversary of the Islamic Revolution in Iran, Javad Zarif, Iran's Foreign Minister, warned the United States that with the new government ..."
-5% "Russia is pressuring Iran to reduce its influence and footprint in Syria further.""
-7% "Zarif's deputy, Abbas Araghchi, reiterated that if sanctions were not lifted before Feb. 21, 2021, Iran would have no choice but to suspend the ..."
-8% " In the past, Khamenei had repeatedly reiterated that Iran could do without the nuclear agreement.""
-9% "The arrival of COVID-19 to Iran, and the high number of casualties provided the regime with some temporary breathing room.""
-13% "If Iran enters a possible 2021 nuclear agreement, it seems the so-called reformists may benefit from it politically, and it could be considered an ..."

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

57% : A possible 2021 agreement could have advantages for Iran, temporarily.
48% : Speaking on the anniversary of the Islamic Revolution in Iran, Javad Zarif, Iran's Foreign Minister, warned the United States that with the new government in Washington, there is an opportunity to try a new approach towards Iran.
45% : Why is Iran so persistent on so many fronts?
45% : Russia is pressuring Iran to reduce its influence and footprint in Syria further.
43% : Zarif's deputy, Abbas Araghchi, reiterated that if sanctions were not lifted before Feb. 21, 2021, Iran would have no choice but to suspend the implementation of nuclear protocols.
42% : In a meeting with the commanders of the army's air force and air defense, Khamenei said: "The Islamic Republic's firm policy regarding the nuclear agreement is lifting all sanctions by the United States and its verification by Iran.
42% : Only then will Iran return to its obligations penned in the nuclear deal.
42% : " In the past, Khamenei had repeatedly reiterated that Iran could do without the nuclear agreement.
41% : The arrival of COVID-19 to Iran, and the high number of casualties provided the regime with some temporary breathing room.
37% : If Iran enters a possible 2021 nuclear agreement, it seems the so-called reformists may benefit from it politically, and it could be considered an act of defeat for Khamenei.
35% : Looking back at the parliamentary elections of 2020 in Iran, most of the candidates not affiliated with Khamenei were disqualified and banned from being elected.
34% : On the contrary, Iran is in dire need of the revival of the nuclear agreement.
32% : Israel's agreements with the UAE and other Arab countries are a new front against Iran.
32% : The oppressed people of Iran are on the move and are not planning to stop.
31% : If Iran is pushed in that direction (production of a nuclear bomb), then Iran cannot be blamed for," said Alavi (Iran's Channel 2 TV, February 8, 2021).
29% : [Supreme Leader Ali] Khamenei issued a fatwa (religious decree) in February 2010 stating that acquiring atomic bomb for Iran was considered a sin and the Islamic Republic would not pursue it.
24% : In an interview with China's CJT network, Araqchi, Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister, rejected U.S. President Joe Biden's inclination to include Iran's missile program and other regional issues in possible negotiations with the Islamic Republic of Iran.

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