As it appears the nuclear negotiation between 5+1 and Iran has reached a new critical point. As far as i know, both sides are disagree on some issues including:
1- Heavy Water Nuclear Facility in Arak.
2- Visiting Parchin facility; a military base that IAEA suspects that Iran has done some nuclear test over there
3- A full and comprehensive Additional Protocol, which gives IAEA inspectors unlimited and unexpected access to all Iran's nuclear facilities at any time.
4- Iran's Missile Development Program.
5- Development of New types of Nuclear Centrifuges (High speed).
In this respect, some observations are in order.
1- Iran might apparently agree to change the Heavy Water reactor to a Light Water reactor in Arak Nuclear Facility.
2- The chance that Iran would give permission to IAEA inspectors to visit Parchin Facility is honestly very low; unless Iran would be sure that it has perfectly cleaned this Facility in a way that IAEA inspectors would not find any evidence against Iran.
3- About Additional Protocol, Iran might agree to accept it finally. But, there is a serious question in this matter. Can the IAEA or the international community trust Iran? The answer to this question is also negative. An example, which confirms my statement is a new report, which claims that Iran has been hiding Plutonium in the special metal pipes.
4- In terms of Missile Development program, i have to say that Iran would never accept such an deal specially at this stage with the West. Such a deal with Iran might be possible in one occasion and that is that Iran has obtained nuclear weapon. In that case, Iran might agree to sign a agreement such as The New START Treaty with the West plus a strong international legally binding confirmation that the West would never militarily attack Iran.
M. Sirani 14.05.2014
Sufyaani will dispatch his army to Mecca in order to destroy Imam Mahdi, however Imam Mahdiâ€™s army will easily defeat Sufyaaniâ€™s army. Sufyaani will then lead a separate contingent of his remaining army to face Imam Mahdi himself. This army will subsequently be destroyed by an enormous earthquake at Baidaa on the road to Mecca” (Al-Shia, 2012).