I don't suffer from "reading comprehension" problems lol It's just that what you said was so naive and simple-minded that deserved no attention.Do you suffer from reading comprehension problems? I said Iran has firmly institutionalized any knowledge on nuclear enrichment.
And who cares whether Saudi, UAE or Turkey are following Iran's footstep by setting up a similar infrastructure. These considerations were never an issue for Iran, nor does it change Iran's strategic outlook.
Iran has calculated that its strategic autonomy and regional policy would never have been accepted by foreign powers. Ever. The fact that Iran manages to get global powers at the negotiating table for sanctions relief is entirely due to its nuclear program, which has made Iran a nuclear threshold state already. If you can't see the strategic benefits of this, then nothing will.
You haven't "firmly institutionalized" nuclear enrichment if your current capacity of enrichment is merely 8,000 SWU and you have agreed to never reprocess plutonium.
So, let me see if I understood you correctly: You are saying that even if Saudi Arabia, Turkey or the UAE successfully went nuclear, that would change nothing in our calculations? So, a nuclear Turkey that already has a stronger military and economy than us should not worry us at all, while we have basically a useless civilian program that is a total embarrassment in many ways... Do I need to remind you of what happened in the Nagorno-Karabakh war or are you going to find an excuse for that too?
You're one of those apologists that wants to distort the truth and make the situation look better than it is. The truth is that Iran went to the negotiating table only to hand over all its nuclear assets in 2013. You don't need a card to submit to the will of the world powers. Even African countries could do that. The JCPOA was a surrender, or as we say it in Persian, it was a case of "Goh Khordim" rather than negotiations. Khamenei can call it "Narmesh-e Ghahremananeh" (Heroic compromise), but that doesn't change what happened.