The Supreme Leader’s office launched another Twitter offensive on Thursday about Iran’s nuclear talks with the 5+1 Powers — but does this point to Ayatollah Khamenei’s desire for an agreement?

Facing a deadline of November 24 for a comprehensive nuclear agreement, Iran and the 5+1 Powers resume talks in Vienna next Tuesday.

The narrative of Ayatollah Khamenei’s office on weapons of mass destruction complements the long-standing assurance by the Supreme Leader that he issued a fatwa in 2005 banning possession of the atomic bomb.

Thursday’s tweets repeat that “the use of nuclear, chemical and similar weapons [is] a great and unforgivable sin” and sets out the number of Iraqi attacks against Iran in the 1980-1988 war:

The campaign then moves from the prohibition on nuclear weapons to the promotion of Iran’s right to a civilian nuclear energy program:

The Supreme Leader’s office has switched between endorsement of the nuclear talks and denunciation of the US this week.

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