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    the test firing of missiles to help Iranian experts in missile and nuclear research technology. Iran paid North Korea handsomely for this knowledge. German intelligence sources report that Iranian scientists have successfully simulated the detonation of a nuclear warhead in laboratory conditions, possibly sidestepping an underground nuclear test like the one that brought the world down on North Korea's head earlier this year. Iranian and intelligence sources report that this development is alarming because detonation is one of the most difficult technological challenges in the development of a nuclear weapon. Mastering it carries Iran past one of the last major obstacle confronting its program for the manufacture of a nuclear warhead. The IAEA came out against & just recently censored Iran for hiding uranium and nuclear facilities. They came down so hard on Tehran that the Iranians threatened to leave the NPT. The IAEA said that Iran should be punished by the other nations of the treaty for non-compliance!! If they just want electricity, why are they simulating nuclear detonations? One more point: before you post again, have some semblance of knowledge about the article! Your probably the only person in the world who still believes Iran just wants electricity.

    from the article: World can still change Iran without bombing it
    First published 01:12 20.12.09 | Last updated 09:14 20.12.09
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