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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Mon Oct 25, 2010 7:45 pm

Delegate of Irq,

No one here is pointing that the threat would come from a Muslin, just because of its religion, for a coincidence, most countries that have terrorist groups are Muslim countries. And as the number of conflicts is huge in this place, we would like to make Middle East a better place to live, eliminating as many threats as possible!
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Mon Oct 25, 2010 7:52 pm

Delegate the greatest threat is Israel... What is your point? and there are terrorists every where, the IRA, the Basque, the farcs, Tamil Tigers, neo-nazi, Japanese subway bombers, racist extremists... it is wrong to associate religion with terrorism. Some food for thought, why is it that when civilians bomb something they are terrorist but when Israel fries Palestinians it is considered self defense?
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Mon Oct 25, 2010 7:56 pm

Delegate of Iran,

Since the creation of Israel in 1947, many conflicts happened, wars and attacks against Israel, and the only thing that we wished was to be recognized, since most of the Arab countries were against us, we had the need of protection, but we WON'T ATTACK anyone if this possible attacker, don't attack us first, we are looking for peace. About the question associating terrorism and religion I said in the previous that this should not be done, in our case, the Middle East population is more Muslin, so, logically, the majority of terrorism are Muslin, but it does not mean that we don't respect other religions or race!
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Mon Oct 25, 2010 8:10 pm

Delegate, he fact that your country launched unjustifiable preemptive attacks towards civilians, and has segregated the Palestinians condemn thee. the fact that your government has used violence as a form f intimidation would also include the country under such definition. the fact that the dictionary has obviously abandoned the delegate has also been noted. As to such a tie between the delegate and racism, the delegate of Iraq is truly sorry, it is just that in recent year Muslim have been subjected to arbitrary arrest and torture, and as such are very sensitive to these issues,
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Mon Oct 25, 2010 10:36 pm

DELEGATE OF ISRAEL OPEN YOUR EYES!
STOP STATING THAT THERE WILL NOT BE ATTACKS UNLESS THE STATE IS ATTACKED IN THIS DISCUSSION. DELEGATE BY STATING SUCH THINGS YOUR PERSON IS SOUNDING AS IF YOU ARE UNDER EXTREME PRESSURE MOTIVATED BY THE OPPOSING DELEGATIONS. BY THIS POINT YOU SHOULD ALREADY HAVE UNDERSTOOD THAT THERE IS NO THREAT AT ALL FROM IRAN. INFACT THE DELEGATE OF IRAN HAS THE MISSION OF DEFENDING THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC. HOWEVER, IT IS NOT A BIASED INFORMATION, THE LACK OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS IN IRAN, IT IS A CERTAIN INFORMATION BROUGHT UP, STUDIED AND DISCUSSED BY THE IAEA. THERE IS NO REASON FOR SUCH PREJUDICE, FEAR AND HATE.
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Mon Oct 25, 2010 11:14 pm

Delegate of Iran,

I only state that we are going to attack only if attack us first when we talk about Israeli nuclear program and when it is stated by other delegate that WE are the threat!
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Tue Oct 26, 2010 3:58 pm

delegate of Israel, look from another point, take Iran's position and look through its eyes, since its independence from the American puppet government the USA has attempted to destroy it by sponsoring wars and sanctions, and now even its peaceful nuclear program, built upon reactors they bought from the US, every week Iran is insulted and subjected to more sanction pushed by the USA, delegates Iran is cornered
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Tue Oct 26, 2010 7:10 pm

The delegate speaks as if it were solely the U.S that is pushing for Iran’s program dismantlement but actually so many countries from international community are also involved… the most recent sanctions resolution was passed by France, Germany, United Kingdom, Northern Ireland, and the U.S…. with 12 approval votes, Lebanon abstained (because their government is run by terrorist organization Hezbollah which is funded by Iran), and only Turkey and Brazil voting against it… Russia and China fluctuate at times when harsher sanctions are requested in Iran’s energy sector because of close ties in oil trade.
Ok delegate, if Iran’s nuclear program is peaceful then why has it built an extensively expensive nuclear infrastructure that is much larger than what would actually be sufficient to support a civilian nuclear power program? and why was it illegally concealed until 2003? And how come the stockpile of enriched uranium is of no current use in its “civilian” nuclear energy program? this makes the world wonder what its being stored for.

The delegate of Iran was speaking of the importance of providing its people with energy… but the truth is, Iran can’t support this program economically or even on their own energy grounds because your country lacks enough uranium reserves to run the reactors for more than 10 years, so there’s the proof that this is not a long-term civilian-usage peaceful-program. Furthermore, expanding Iran’s huge natural gas reserves to generate electricity would be much less expensive since Iran is actually burning off natural gas as a byproduct of oil production… Iran, if it were in your interests to truly aid your citizens before destroying Israel, in a way where your country would be best off economically then you’d take these factors into consideration
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Wed Oct 27, 2010 4:08 pm

Delegate of Israel, the government of Iran has the best interest of its people in mind and given the current scenario of global warming, burning fossil fuels would damage the environment and generate air pollution, the Uranium that is being stockpiled will be used in the future once Iran's nuclear program has developed enough and it has been able to secure a steady supply of resources. The delegate agrees however that it is not all USA`s blame and that countries like the UK and France also expanded there imperialistic tentacles generating many f the problems now present in the middle east and Africa. however delegate, is punishing the population the best way to end a countries nuclear program? It only makes the population more resentful towards the west (if the government know how to use the media) and that can be unhealthy for the opulation as they will be easaly recruited by organizations that offer hope or food
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Thu Oct 28, 2010 7:15 pm

Delegate of Iraq,

The delegation of Israel doesn't believe that by imposing sanctions is the best way to a country listen to what is asked to do. But in the case of Iran it was required to do so since they have threatned several times Israel and the global comunity! Israel would really like to help to take out those sanctions of Iran if they stop their nuclear program and threats against Israel
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Tue Nov 02, 2010 10:45 am

Deelegate the Iraqi delegation would like to question why, since the Religious revolution, Iran has been targeted and attacked by everyone and why sanctions have been imposed since then? Not only since the start of Irans peaceful nuclear program?
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Tue Nov 02, 2010 11:26 am

Delegate of Iraq,

I don't think that the sanctions have bee imposed because of a religious issue! No, to at all, sanctions and other "injuries" that have been done to Iran because of religion!
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Tue Nov 02, 2010 3:23 pm

Iraq, Iran is being sanctioned for its disregard to IAEA obligations, incompliance with the NPT, and supply of weapons to terrorits organizations like Hamas and Hezbollah.
Even though Israel has been a strong advocate for imposing even more crippling sanctions on Iran like freezing foreign investment, banning gasoline exports, and raising the price the regime pays for its nukes program... we realize that with out the support of Russia and China our sanctioning efforts are weakened so instead Israel's resolution proposes actual compromise that will be more effective in halting Iran's nuclear program and hopefully through the concessions we are offering Iran will agree (among them is the removal of all sanctions targeting Iran's energy sector)

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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Wed Nov 03, 2010 7:47 am

Delegate, Iran has been cleared by the IAEA in 2007 and 2010. What makes Iran such a threatening country when Israel is walking around with arsenals of nuclear weapons, unregulated by the IAEA? If Iran is to disarm itself, Israel should do the same.
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Wed Nov 03, 2010 11:36 am

Delegate just saying that the IAEA ‘okayed” Iran´s program doesn´t cut it…. As I said in a previous post they didn’t- actually, the reason the delegate may be confused about this is because initially, in 2002, the IAEA did seem to bend over backwards to give Iran the benefit of the doubt, considering the IAEA Director General Mohammed ElBaradei, who was an outspoken critic of the Bush Administration and took a stance of apology for Iran. ElBaradei was replaced by Yukiya Amano of Japan in November 2009 and since then their policies have been less biased…
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Thu Nov 04, 2010 7:34 pm

Delegate fo Israel, how bold of you to speak about the NPT, IAEA and nuclear weapons taking in consideration you unfortunated the international community by not signing it and by holding nukes and even trying to pass it on to APARTHEID! (You did't want Hitler to kill the Jews, but you wanted the white to kill the black!! (its a comical relief attempt Very Happy)) Nuclear program in Iran, though considered peaceful, is being considered by a few a "threat" and because of that, measures where taken: sanctions.... Sanctions is the best way to end nuclear weapons? No. Sanctions failed, failed, failed, succeded (because the issue didn't regard nuclear weapons - well, Israel actually wanted it to be nuke since it wished to pass it nuke weapons to South Africa), failed, failed, failed and fails in NK, Iran, Cuba - over decades-, Myanmar and even in Israel. Truth is sanction make a instantaneous impact, and that's great, but after a while its start destructioning a country's economy which directly effect the people. Truth is sanctions didn't change Iran, so maybe it time to rely on a different approach like the Six-Part Talks regarding NK's nuke. Maybe diplomatic talks won't help either, but lets try - look at what the talk between Chavez and Santos did with the Bolivarian tensions! If we keep on hitting the same sanction-key will keep on having the same solution - which is no solution. Taking the sanctions won't change much, because sanction haven't done much (regarding nukes, of course). So lets come to a reality level, take down the sanctions and eradict any and all nukes in Iran, Israel and all countries in the world! afro
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Sun Nov 07, 2010 2:37 pm

Yes, delegate clearly the 4 rounds of sanctions imposed on Iran haven't worked, which is why Israel is proposing their removal and instead a compromise with concessions... the delegate never said Israel was going to impose more in their resolution, actually we are requesting that the 5+1 Group restart talks of making an incentives package... offering Iran economic, humanitarian aid and the provision nuclear fuel, and of light water reactors (related facilities to those in current use), the removal of sanctions all in exchange for Iran's dismantlement of their nuclear program... how does this sound? would we count on china's vote in conference? because remember delegate that your nation also wishes to see this plan carried through except with out the sanctions on the oil and energy sector...
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Tue Nov 09, 2010 1:40 pm

Saudi Arabia is in favor of Iran. The Nuclear Program is just used for energy source, medical researches, and it also benefits to the ecosystem. The program doesn't bring any harm to people, unlike some countries are saying without any proof.
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Tue Nov 09, 2010 7:46 pm

The Islamic Republic of Iran is against the dismantelment of the nuclear program under the condition of ceasing the sactions, since with the nuclear program Iran can benefit the whole Middle Eastern region with alternative electricity sources and advances in medical treatments. However, with the end of the sanctions solely Iran's economy will be improved. Other conditions should be discussed in order to cease the sanctions. In addition to this, the Iranian delegation is again reasuring it is working for the whole Middle Eastern community and not for its own and private benefit.
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Tue Nov 09, 2010 8:12 pm

Iran would just like to remind all delegates that you all have been looking into the wrong source. Iran simply refused the inspection by two specific INSPECTORS because they had violated the previous agreements with the IAEA. What happened with these two inspectors was that they violated the Safeguards Agreements previously (they HAD been allowed to conduct inspections... so that all delegates are aware that this talk of absolute secrecy is absurd), so when the IAEA sent these same inspectors to look at the Qom Plant, Iran denied them the inspection, with THE LAW behind our country, since in the IAEA's report of (GOV/2010/28), there were wrong statements in paragraph 28, and it had been agreed by the international community that “leaks, in any way, and/or [is] conveyed to the media; for the first reaction, the designation of the relevant inspector(s) will be withdrawn”, so the Iran's SA DOES permit objection to inspection. Later on, inspection WERE made (by other, reliable and correct inspectors from the Agency).
Iran effectuated the Additional Protocol and the Iranian Safeguards Agreement, as required by the IAEA in its reports GOV/2007/22, GOV/2007/48, GOV/2007/58, and GOV/2008/4, AND there were only six past issues with the IAEA, which had been included in the agreed Work Plan (INFCIRC/711), and ALL of them have been resolved, since Part IV of the Work Plan reads as follows: “These modalities cover all remaining issues and the Agency confirmed that there are no other remaining issues and ambiguities regarding Iran's past nuclear program and activities”.
Iran does not understand why this is still being discussed since the DIRECTOR of the IAEA has already resolved this, reminding that Mohamed ElBaradei (who is currently running for government in Egypt, excellent candidate!) stated in late October 2007 (it had already been resolved by then!), according to the International Herald Tribune, that he had seen no evidence of Iran developing nuclear weapons.





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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Wed Nov 10, 2010 10:42 pm

Fresh news for all in this caucus!
Tehran, Nov 7, IRNA (Islamic Republic News Agency) -
Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said Sunday that Iran has agreed to hold talks with the G5+1 Group member states in Turkey. 'During the past couple of days, we have informed our friends in Turkey that we are ready to hold talks with the G5+1 in that country,' Mottaki said.


Many nations keep accusing us of not compromising, but in truth, the first nuclear package proposed by the G5+1 was an insult to our sovereignty – very empty, not helping our nation at all, not looking into the various aspects it has to consider (rather, it almost solely restrained itself to 'abroad' uranium). We are eager for new rounds of agreement, which just further PROVES the point that Iran's nuclear program is peaceful! If it wasn't, why would we ever want new rounds of agreement to halt our program? What we need is a substitute, a viable one of course, that actually surmises what we need and promises to comply, to replace our nuclear program by international help. Iran would just like to, yet again, remind nations that we DO have a right to our program according to article IV of the NPT, so while the talks don't happen, we have under our full lawful expectations, the right to keep working on our Plants.
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Tue Nov 16, 2010 1:39 pm

If the nations decide upon the ratification of the Iranian nuclear program, then all of the Middle Easterners will benefit. This is a measure for all our people. Poverty will be combated and diminished. Energy should be granted to everyone. Why do some have acess to electricity while other do not? LETS FIGHT THIS INEQUALITY, LETS UNITE, LETS END POVERTY and LETS START A NEW TIME.
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Tue Nov 16, 2010 6:50 pm

Delegate of Iran,

The delegation of Israel supports what you just said, stopping its nuclear program and use the money in order to help economy in your country, MAYBE, IF IRAN STOPS COMPLETLY ITS NUCLEAR PROGRAM, israel COULD stop since we won't have a nuclear threat, but it's a not very plausible solution, however, Israel would look for this solution
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Tue Nov 16, 2010 7:19 pm

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yes, but there are still lots of questions about refusing Nuclear talks.
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PostSubject: Re: IRANS NUCLEAR PROGRAM   Tue Nov 16, 2010 9:13 pm

Help Middle East economy. This is a main concern that we must consider. Nuclear programs are an excelent source of energy since it is renewable. Furthermore, the development of a nuclear program will consequently bring the technological of the entire Middle East, since this source can be used in different areas. But the great concern is that we must be sure that none of the countries that have a nuclear program are using it for different purposes.
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