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    • joebhed
    • 29.10.07 | 20:07 (IST)

    Did you say Nuclearizing? From, to nuclear? Actually, Iran is moving as fast as they can technically proceed in making enriched uranium under IAEA safeguards for reactor fuel. Eso, lo es? Nuclearizing? Enriching uranium for reactor fuel? Why wouldn't they? Practically every nation in the world has agreed that signatories to the NPT treaty have the right to enrich uranium, and Iran is an NPT signer. Oh yeah, I forgot, the UN has two Resolutions with hefty economic sanctions that demand Iran to stop enriching uranium, because, ....... Oh yeah, I forgot, because the IAEA wants to first make sure that Iran's nuclear program is peaceful, so... oh yeah, THAT is what Dr. elBaredi is doing right now, as we type. And so, he is asking the crazies in the West and Iran to chill out and stop the threatening rhetoric - on both sides. Sounds crazy? Some see a NUKKULARIZED Israel as no problem, but to me, Dr. E is the voice of reason. And, he is not Algerian, but Egyptian. Peace.

    from the article: IAEA chief: World must avoid confrontational rhetoric on Iran
    First published 00:00 28.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 28.10.07
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