A damning report by the German tabloid Bild accuses the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) of secretly funding Iran’s nuclear ambitions.

Iranian scientist Karimi-Sabet, who has been on the US sanctions list since 2020 for his role in the regime’s nuclear weapons development, was allegedly given multiple cash payments by the IAEA to avoid a paper trail. 

To cover its tracks, the IAEA is claiming that its work strictly follows UN regulations. However, this excuse falls flat considering the report also exposes the agency’s funding of training Iran’s nuclear researchers in Russia. Allegedly since 2019, the IAEA has been sending Iranians to train under President Vladimir Putin’s clandestine Rosatom nuclear program.

Both the US and Israel have long suspected a quid pro quo between Iran and Russia, with Tehran receiving support for its atomic pursuit in exchange for supplying Moscow with deadly drones for its unprovoked war against Ukraine.

Despite the gravity of the situation, US President Joe Biden is still committed to reviving the failed 2015 JCPOA nuclear deal. If reinstated, this agreement would provide substantial financial benefits to Iran’s oppressive regime, amounting to approximately $275 billion in the first year and a staggering $1 trillion by 2030.

With the IAEA’s credibility in question and Biden seemingly more concerned with appeasing Iran, the world is left to wonder whether the West can hold Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei accountable before he obtains an ultimate doomsday weapon.

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