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  • The Odds Of A War Between Israel And Iran Just Went Way Up

    02/27/2015 7:16:36 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 20 replies
    TEC ^ | 02/27/2015 | Michael Snyder
    Uh oh – Iran just got caught with both hands in the cookie jar. It turns out that even while Iran has been negotiating a “historic peace deal” with the western world, it has been secretly operating a huge underground nuclear enrichment site that it didn’t tell anyone about. But this is what the Iranians always do. They lie, lie and then lie some more. So how in the world can you make a deal with a government that absolutely refuses to tell the truth? These revelations about a secret underground nuclear facility just outside Tehran come at a time...
  • Iran - IAEA finds traces of enriched uranium in location where Tehran denies activity

    05/12/2006 4:13:49 AM PDT · by HAL9000 · 22 replies · 4,012+ views
    AFP via Babelfish translation | May 12, 2006
    The IAEA discovers in Iran of new enriched uranium traces VIENNA - the IAEA discovered uranium traces highly enriched on an Iranian nuclear site where Teheran contradicted in the past to have carried out this kind of experiment, to AFP diplomats Friday in Vienna indicated. These uranium particles highly enriched were discovered in taking away carried out by the inspectors of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in the research center of Lavizan, close of Teheran, shaved in 2004 by the Iranian authorities, one specified same sources.
  • US Blasts Iran for Nuclear Policies, Support of Terrorism

    08/25/2005 8:20:06 AM PDT · by humint · 2 replies · 595+ views
    VOA ^ | 24 August 2005 | By Marlene Smith
    Ambassador Greg Schulte:The U.S. ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency says there is plenty of evidence Iran is building a nuclear weapon. In an interview with VOA, Gregory Schulte said Iran is entitled to nuclear technology, but not for military purposes. Ambassador Schulte has been in Vienna only a few weeks but has already experienced a special IAEA board meeting and is preparing for the next U.N. report on Iran's nuclear program. IAEA experts now say investigations confirm Iran's story that traces of weapons grade uranium were imported on contaminated equipment from Pakistan and not domestically produced. So does...
  • IRAN: IPC Co-chair Comments on Leaked U.S. National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) on Iran

    08/04/2005 9:53:54 AM PDT · by humint · 15 replies · 614+ views
    Iran Policy Committee ^ | 03 August 2005 | Iran Policy Committee
    Washington DCAccording to a 2 August 2005 Washington Post article, a National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) projects that Iran is a decade away from manufacturing a key ingredient for a nuclear weapon, roughly doubling the previous estimate of five years, according to government sources with first-hand knowledge of the new analysis. The intelligence estimate is contradictoryreflecting disagreement within the community. On one hand, the estimate is reassuring: Iran is alleged to be about ten years away from getting the bomb. On the other hand, the estimate is worrisome: It is the judgment of the intelligence community that, left to its own...
  • Tapping the Hornet's Nest

    12/13/2004 8:40:27 AM PST · by forty_years · 2 replies · 1,319+ views ^ | December 13, 2004 | Michael Rubin
    Editor's note: Readers may also be interested in Iran: The Invisible Revolution. During the U.S. presidential campaign, debate over Iran policy received unprecedented attention. The reasons are multifold. With Iran on the verge of developing both nuclear and intercontinental ballistic missile capability, Washington policymakers can no longer ignore the Iranian threat, especially when confidants of Supreme Leader Ali Khomenei lead televised chants of "American will be annihilated," as Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati did last June. American concern over a nuclear Iran is multifold. The danger is not necessarily that Iran would conduct a nuclear first strike, although former president Ali Akbar...