Iran’s nuke program increasing by leaps and bounds
The New York Times reports that the IAEA will soon release a report which concludes that Iran’s underground secret nuclear program has made tremendous strides in recent months despite western attempts to sabotage the effort.
This information comes as speculation increases about the possibility of a preemptive strike on Iran’s nuclear weapons program. Also as Iran ratchets up its anti-Israeli rhetoric suggesting, once again, that the Jewish state should be eliminated.
The IAEA is, once again, pressuring Iran to open the site to its inspectors.
The Summit of Non-Aligned Nations meets in Tehran next week. UN Secretary-General Ban will be among those in attendance. His presence – and the very fact that it’s being held in Iran, is being heralded by the regime as a win over the West. The U.S. and Israel are criticizing Ban’s participation. But the UN says this gives the secretary-general opportunity to discuss issues – presumably the opening up of the site to inspectors – with the Iranian leadership.
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