Iranian “peaceful” nuclear program (U)

Iran says report confirms atomic work peaceful | Reuters

Iran said on Saturday the U.N. atomic watchdog had confirmed its nuclear programme was peaceful and vowed to resist political pressure to change it, a news agency reported.


A new report commissioned by the International Atomic Energy Agency says that Iran’s nuclear energy program may contain “military dimensions.”

In other words, the report states that Iran may be working towards acquiring a nuclear weapons capability. The report was issued just prior to the annual meeting of IAEA member states which is scheduled to convene next month in Vienna.

The seizure of a Bahamiam ship carrying secretly N Korean weapons to Iran is also not helpful for the “peaceful” appearance of the program as it confirms that already nuclearised N Korea is related militarily with Iran and, most particularly, with Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps.

(U) Dore Gold: While America sleeps.


2 Responses to “Iranian “peaceful” nuclear program (U)”

  1. […] After the five members of the UN Security Council and Germany issued a statement calling Iran to negotiating tables regarding its nuclear program, Iran has responded that it will only hold talks with the IAEA. […]

  2. […] an article about the report. After you read it, the expression “Iranian nuclear program may contain military dimensions” acquires a new dimension: France and Israel have led the charge […]

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