He took issue, however, with the way Mohammed El Baradei, the head of the IAEA, had handled negotiations with Iran in the past two years. "El Baradei says that any judgement about Iran should be made on their intentions. My view is that we should look at the indications, not the intentions, and then decide.
Mohammed El-Baradei's intention is clear: Iran's mullahs are to have nuclear weapons.
Is it wise to have a guy named Mohammad in charge of the IAEA?
posted on 09/12/2005 11:30:36 AM PDT
(Proud to be an infidel)
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