Iran & US Signal Nuclear Talks Will Resume Despite Natanz Geo-Poli-Cyber™ Sabotage

The United States and Iranian officials appear determined to resume nuclear talks this week in Vienna, despite the Geo-Poli-Cyber™ attack on an Iranian atomic facility that has all fingers point to Israel as the perpetrator.

The declaration by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei appeared to put many mind at ease regarding speculation that Iran was going to boycott or quit the Vienna talks that aimed to have the US rejoining the JCPOA nuclear deal and lifting sanctions on Iran.

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Israel has not publicly admitted nor denied a role in the explosion and blackout at the Natanz nuclear facility. If Israel was indeed the attacker it would seem unlikely not to have notified American officials beforehand of their planned actions.

It is highly likely that Israel did alert Israel-friendly Biden officials in advance but without making it official with the U.S. government. It is vey possible that such a notification was made, possibly in a very discreet manner to manage US reactions.

Israel has a long history of staging attacks on Iran’s nuclear program, which it views as an existential threat. Israel is also  believed to have been behind the blast that struck an Iranian military ship just last week.

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