Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Iran Dismisses IAEA Report on Possible Nuclear Weapon Program

Iran has dismissed the latest IAEA report that the country may be working on a nuclear weapons program, calling it a "fabrication."

The director of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, Fereidoun Abbasi, said the report on Iran's alleged nuclear weapons' activities was based on wrongful information provided by a “few arrogant countries,” a phrase used by the Iranian officials to refer to the US and its allies. The West suspects Iran is seeking to develop nuclear weapons.


Anonymous said...

I worked on the shaping issue- it is ready for use-as is the bomb

Anonymous said...

its BS again to divert attention from
all the wrongs and crimes of some of the very bastards that lobby against Iran.

May God send them hurricans and floods

Anonymous said...

I can see why AP and AFP didn't publish the IAEA letter: there's nothing really new in it. And regarding the UDI contention, see the comments sections of the relevant ACW post.

In this case, I don't think "arrogant" is the correct word usage. More like "bullying."

Anonymous said...

it is obvious they are building nuclear weapons , why would they need 88000 centrifuges?

Anonymous said...

Why does the US need 8800 (and probably many many more) centrifuges???

vulcan933 said...

the jewish dogs are barking

Anonymous said...

Anon May 26, 2011 3:37 AM

USA uses lasers now, not centrifuges.

Get with the program.

Anonymous said...

last anon

the USA uses lasers made by foreign Companies and experteese

US should stick to making Bom b s and killing machines.