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    • PETER SM
    • 03.12.09 | 11:40 (IST)

    That Iran has the potential on hand to produce nuclear weapons and is refusing to allow inspection of tose facilities.I will highlight the bits of the report you seem to have overlooked. "A week before Iran?s presidential election, atomic INSPECTORS REPORTED Friday that the country has SPED UP ITS PORODUCTION of nuclear fuel and increased its number of installed centrifuges to 7,200 ? more than enough, weapon experts said, to make fuel for up to two nuclear weapons a year, if the country decided to use its facilities for that purpose. ---the country had BLOCKED ITS INSPECRTORS for more than a year now from visiting a heavy-water reactor capable of being modified to produce plutonium that could be used in weapons" PS the Inquisition used Auto de Fe to extract its "information" and nobody could block them.See the difference? PPS Tommy Torquemada of the Inquisition also saw the light in his generation

    from the article: How ElBaradei misled the world about Iran's nuclear program
    First published 02:02 03.12.09 | Last updated 22:16 03.12.09
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