NOURNEWS - The incident took place on the morning of Thursday, July 3, at the Shahid Ahmadi Roshan Nuclear Complex (Natanz), which caused limited damage to the constructing shed in the open section of the site, regardless of the reasons for its occurrence, it once again drew the attention of the international community to the issue of global duty to protect the security of nuclear facilities.
According to Iranian officials and the International Atomic Energy Agency, the incident on Thursday did not lead to the release of any nuclear or radioactive material, but any unforeseen events in nuclear facilities around the world immediately raises serious concerns in the international community due to radioactive release.
Following the incident on the Natanz nuclear site, the Western, Hebrew, and Arabic media outlets sought to link the incident to the Zionist regime's cyber and operational capabilities, a symbol of the regime's promises to take advantage of all options to introduce the suspension of Iran's nuclear program.
However, since the beginning of this incident, the officials and authorities of the Zionist regime, by adopting a policy of silence, have tried not to take an active position on this incident but naturally, the creation of a space for the media, many of which are directly and indirectly related to this regime, will have consequences for the Israeli regime.
The sensitivity and importance of this issue becomes clear when the issue of the nuclear nature of the Zionist regime and Israel's proven vulnerabilities to counter-reactions is considered. Naturally, if the areas of confrontation cross the red lines and enter areas that could potentially endanger regional and global security and health, then imaginary models such as the "Tehran series" cannot be fed to the international community.
Perhaps using media tools to show a strong regime with fragile political, security, and social problems at home and a crisis of legitimacy and acceptance in the international community may have short-term benefits for its leaders, but exceeding accepted global norms and the conceptualization and production of literature on the subject of hitting nuclear centers could certainly have irreparable consequences for international peace and security.
Unfortunately, the formation of a false and utilitarian image in some extremist decision-makers in the United States and the Zionist regime regarding pursuing a policy of maximum pressure using political-media tools against Iran and abusing the capacity of some international organizations in this direction has led to unintended consequences. The anticipation of these measures would jeopardize international peace and security and the possibility of a rift in the accepted norms of global care and protection of nuclear facilities. Naturally, if the international community does not live up to its responsibility to deal quickly and decisively with the aforementioned dangerous atmospheres and norms, and if political approaches outweigh the legal and security requirements, these actions cannot be expected to remain in the minds of the Zionist regime and Trump and don't become a worrying practice worldwide.