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    Re: Israel stands ready to bomb Iran's nuclear sites

    Quote Originally Posted by Blunt View Post
    I would like to see a link to your statement
    Iranian Progress Toward Nuclear Weapons

    This site explains Iran's nuclear program from head to toe.

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    Re: Israel stands ready to bomb Iran's nuclear sites

    Vader, you should know by now that I don't respond to your posts anymore, as you always end up trolling regardless of what I say, so it's a waste of your time to respond to mine.

    Just a heads up.

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    Re: Israel stands ready to bomb Iran's nuclear sites

    Quote Originally Posted by Vader View Post
    Iranian Progress Toward Nuclear Weapons

    This site explains Iran's nuclear program from head to toe.
    That site only gives Michael Crawford´s opinion up to july 2008
    and makes no mention of your claim that ¨Iran's nuclear fuel has been enriched WELL BEYOND what is needed for generating electricity¨
    Iran Is a signatory of the Nuclear non proliferation Treaty which brings obligations and Rights, one of those rights is the development of Nuclear power
    Last edited by Blunt; 04-19-09 at 02:53 PM.

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    Re: Israel stands ready to bomb Iran's nuclear sites

    Quote Originally Posted by Vader View Post
    Says you ... and you are usually incorrect.

    Iran's nuclear fuel has been enriched WELL BEYOND what is needed for generating electricity.

    This is evidence enough that Iran has more on their agenda then civilian power generation.

    Wake up and smell the coffee!

    Iran has just as much right to develop nuclear weapons as Pakistan, North Korea, or Israel. Iran should be an ally of the West, not an enemy. They are an ancient civilization, much more stable and reliable than Pakistan. To destroy the reactors they have worked on for so long would only create terrorists.

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    Re: Israel stands ready to bomb Iran's nuclear sites

    Quote Originally Posted by WillRockwell View Post
    Iran has just as much right to develop nuclear weapons as Pakistan, North Korea, or Israel. Iran should be an ally of the West, not an enemy.
    Iran doesn't seem to think so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blunt View Post
    That site only gives Michael Crawford´s opinion up to july 2008 and makes no mention of your claim that ¨Iran's nuclear fuel has been enriched WELL BEYOND what is needed for generating electricity¨
    Iran Is a signatory of the Nuclear non proliferation Treaty which brings obligations and Rights, one of those rights is the development of Nuclear power
    Iran has enriched enough uranium to make bomb, IAEA says
    Julian Borger, diplomatic editor
    guardian.co.uk, Thursday 19 February 2009 20.13 GMT

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    The UN's nuclear watchdog reported today that Iran had managed to enrich a metric tonne of low enriched uranium (LEU), which UN officials say is technically enough to build a nuclear weapon.</snip>

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    One respected US analyst said that the tonne milestone meant that Iran had reached "breakout capacity" - the theoretical ability to produce the 20-25 kg highly enriched uranium needed for one functioning warhead. Others were more cautious but said there was plenty more in the report to raise the level of international concern.</snip>

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    The IAEA said that Iran had put a roof over a "heavy-water" nuclear reactor being built near the town of Arak and was preventing agency inspectors from carrying out ground inspections, meaning that they no longer had any way of seeing what was being done at the facility, which could potentially produce plutonium.</snip>

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    Iran is also refusing to tell the IAEA where it is manufacturing the centrifuges used to enrich uranium, so the agency cannot confirm how many are being produced and where they are being installed.</snip>

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    David Albright, a veteran UN weapons inspector, who now heads the independent Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS) in Washington, gave a blunter assessment. "They have reached a nuclear weapons breakout capability. You can dance about it, but they would have enough to make 20-25 kg of weapons-grade HEU," Albright said. "If they break out they will do it at a clandestine facility, not at Natanz, so you can't use Natanz as a measure of how fast they could do it. The Iranians have stopped telling the IAEA about the production of centrifuges … so the agency doesn't know how many they are making."</snip>

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    "What should be of concern is that the IAEA is becoming less able to provide an accurate picture of what is going on. We don't know where centrifuges are being manufactured and whether they are being delivered to Natanz or somewhere else. And we cannot remotely see what is happening at [a] heavy water facility under construction at Arak, and whether that is being used for peaceful purposes."</snip>

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    In a separate report released at the same time, the IAEA said traces of uranium taken from the site of an alleged nuclear reactor in Syria were manmade and rejected the Syrian government's claim that the uranium had come from Israeli missiles used to destroy the site in 2007.

    The report on the Dair Alzour site puts enormous pressure on Damascus as it rejects the Syrian explanation for the presence of uranium and denounces the government for its lack of cooperation with the agency's inquiry.</snip>
    Source: guardian.co.uk

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    Re: Israel stands ready to bomb Iran's nuclear sites

    Abdul Qadeer Khan only sold Iran recipes for cookies and pies....

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    Re: Israel stands ready to bomb Iran's nuclear sites

    A snip here and a snip there
    The UN's nuclear watchdog reported today that Iran had managed to enrich a metric tonne of low enriched uranium (LEU), which UN officials say is technically enough to build a nuclear weapon.

    UN officials cautioned that there remained many practical obstacles to the production of a bomb, and pointed out that the uranium was under close surveillance,
    The official added that: "The nuclear material has been under containment and surveillance at all times."
    Iran has enriched enough uranium to make bomb, IAEA says | World news | guardian.co.uk

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    Re: Israel stands ready to bomb Iran's nuclear sites

    My opinion on this can be summed up in one sentence:

    "Whew! What took you so long??"

    Iran with nukes... not good for anybody. Including the average Iranian.

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    Re: Israel stands ready to bomb Iran's nuclear sites

    Quote Originally Posted by Blunt View Post
    You left out one snip.........

    Iran is also refusing to tell the IAEA where it is manufacturing the centrifuges used to enrich uranium, so the agency cannot confirm how many are being produced and where they are being installed.

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