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    • John the American
    • 08.05.10 | 09:47 (IDT)

    They can have them but for them to really be a deterrant the world has to be certain they have them. Israel cannot morally prevent others from aquireing nuclear technology secretively when Israel has done so. All members of the NPT have a right to develop nuclear technology for peaceful purposes. Until their is hard evidence Iran is actually making a bomb it is only political speculation. The IAEA has NEVER reported Iran Has diverted 3% enriched uranium for furthur enrichment to 95%, the requirement for a nuclear weapon. (and not an easy thing to do) Iran allows inspections as required under the treaty. They reject additional requests not required by the treaty and this is what puts them under suspicion. I suspect they have purchased one or more of the 150 "suitcase" nukes missing from the former USSR stockpile and therefore have no need to actually produce one. Iran has not actually threatened anyone other than to say the "Zionist regime should be wiped off the map. They NEVER said THEY would do it. Incidently, a "regime" is not a country. A regime is a form of government, so one might conclude Iran was referring to Israels apartheid government not the country itself.

    from the article: Report: IAEA to discuss Israel's nuclear activities for first time
    First published 00:09 08.05.10 | Last updated 00:09 08.05.10
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