Friday, May 24, 2013

Israel Says Iran Undeterred by World Pressure

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday that it's clear that economic and diplomatic pressure have been “unable to prevent Iran from pursuing its nuclear weapons program.”
Netanyahu said a new report by the IAEA shows that international pressure is having no effect on halting Iran's nuclear program.
Netanyahu made the comments during a joint press conference with visiting British Foreign Secretary William Hague.
The IAEA said this week that Iran has upgraded its uranium enrichment capabilities, by installing more efficient centrifuges known as IR-2m at Natanz, and moved closer to completion of its plutonium-producing reactor at Arak.
Photo credit: British Foreign Secretary William Hague, left, listens to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during a joint news conference in Jerusalem, Thursday 23 May 2013 (AP)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Poor scared Zionist pup who spent quarter a million dollars of deadbeat US taxpayer funds for a sleeping berth on a US donated Boeing is scared of REALITY. Iran is a giant nation of 82 million people having a global reach and is hardly going to be deterred by 6 million Zionist savages imported from the ghettos of Europe, living off the deadbeat US taxpayers funds thumping their puny chests by killing unarmed Arab women and children on STOLEN PALESTINIAN LANDS. I DARE THE ZIONIST SCUM TO TANGLE WITH IRAN!