Breitbart News is thrilled to report that the United Nations has approved the release of a draft report on the “war on terror.”
The U.N. report, which is being negotiated between the U.S. and Iran, is expected to be released in a few days, and it has been requested by President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.
The report, known as the “Coalition Assessment,” is being developed by the U of N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, Dr. Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, and Dr. Anas Sarwar, a Saudi Arabia-based human rights researcher.
As Breitbart News reported in September, the report was being negotiated with Iran, which has repeatedly said it will never allow its citizens to travel to the U .
N. to testify on its behalf.
However, a U.K.-based government watchdog group, Human Rights Watch, has said the draft U. N. report could be a “political tool” for the Trump administration, in order to use the issue of Iran’s “human rights violations” to pressure the country into signing the Iran nuclear deal.
draft report will provide “information about the state of the global threat from terrorism and its associated threats to human rights,” Human Rights Work Group Director of Research, Janice Turner, told Breitbart News.
“The U.n. draft does not set out any criteria for what information should be included, but there are guidelines for how information should report on threats of terrorism, as well as for how it should report threats of state violence.”
Human Rights Advocates say the draft report could potentially be used by the Trump Administration to pressure Iran into signing a new deal with the U., which has been a “critical condition” of the agreement.
“This draft is a potentially useful tool to use against Iran in the future,” said David Schlesinger, the Director of the Center for American Progress Action Fund, a think tank that has been critical of the Iran Nuclear Deal.
“If we are serious about negotiating an agreement with Iran and protecting human rights and international law, we need a real report on these threats that we can use to pressure them to abide by the terms of the deal.
Iran has consistently and repeatedly failed to adhere to its international commitments.”
As Breitbart reported in March, a leaked U. n. draft version of the report, titled “War on Terror: The Facts and Issues,” described Iran’s alleged involvement in the September 11, 2001 attacks as “a premeditated, terrorist campaign” that targeted American citizens and their interests in the region.
The document, which was circulated by Wikileaks in March and was used by Wikileaks to release emails stolen from the Democratic National Committee and the email accounts of Clinton campaign chair John Podesta, described Iran as a state sponsor of terrorism.
In the leaked draft, the U,n.
report states: “The United States has long believed that Iran has been engaged in a systematic campaign to target U. S. interests and interests of allies, as part of its broader regional campaign to destabilize the region and weaken the United States.”
In the U n. report also states that Iran’s nuclear program, which the U and other countries have condemned as a threat to global security, is “part of a broader global effort to develop and deploy nuclear weapons” that pose a “continuing threat to U. s national security.”
“The use of nuclear weapons has been condemned by many international actors, including the United Kingdom and Israel, as a means of achieving the political goals of the Islamic Revolution in Iran,” the U ,n.
said in the leaked U ns draft report.
“Iran has rejected these claims, and has repeatedly affirmed its adherence to the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).”
The leaked draft report also calls for a “global arms embargo” against Iran, including a “total embargo” on all Iranian-made arms, as “the U.s arms embargo against Iran is based on fabricated claims.”
The leaked U, n. document also warns that if Iran does not comply with the embargo, “a comprehensive arms embargo will be imposed on Iran.”
The draft U, N. draft also says Iran is a state “responsible for the use of biological, chemical, and nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles.”
The report also notes Iran is not a party to the Chemical Weapons Convention, as it is a party “to the Nonproliferation Convention on Biological, Toxin and Nuclear Weapons (NOCBNNW).”
However, the draft also states Iran is “responsible” for “violations of international humanitarian law, such as the abduction, detention, deportation, destruction of property, torture, or other ill-treatment.”
The United Nations Human Rights Council, the official U.
Ns human rights body, has already unanimously voted to condemn Iran’s human rights violations, and on May 16, the council voted to refer Iran to the International Criminal Court for “serious violations of international law.”
A draft version