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    • 29.09.09 | 10:31 (IST)

    Sanctions haven't worked so far cause Russia and China did not go on board, that could change now.Russia has already changed it's language commenting the Iranian missile tests this week. "The weaponization question is now `the question`.But this is a relatively simple part of the process.There is now a dispute over whether or not Iran has a facility working on the process." not at all, the weaponization is one of the hardest tasks on the way to nukes.The enrichment is relatively easy, once you figured it out.the hard bit is to place the device on a missile.BTW, the IAEA is absolutely certain about the fact that Iran has not diverted any Low-Enriched Uranium (LEU) in order to enrich it more and as long you only have LEU you can pretty much forget about putting it on a missile.the critical mass of LEU (about 1100kg) is just to much payload for an average sized missile, especially the cued Shahabs-3.The truth is, there is no military option, not 4 Israel, not 4 the US.live with it!

    from the article: ANALYSIS / Why is Israel suddenly praising Iran sanctions?
    First published 01:27 29.09.09 | Last updated 15:40 29.09.09
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