Saturday, April 29, 2006

Iran - Can they be stopped?

Not by the UN.

Iran has ignored a UN Security Council call to suspend all nuclear fuel enrichment, a report by the head of the UN's nuclear watchdog has concluded.

Mohamed ElBaradei's report said that Tehran had done little to answer questions over its nuclear intentions.

Well, that's certainly not true. Iran has told the UN its not going to stop, the UN can't do anything about it and Iran will ignore any resolutions anyway.

Guess whose side the BBC is on?

The UN wants the research halted amid Western fears - denied by Iran - that Tehran might develop nuclear weapons.

It's just the West's crazy fears despite Iran's repeated claims its going to wipe Israel off the map.

So, what has the UN been doing about it?

"After more than three years of agency efforts to seek clarity about all aspects of Iran's nuclear programme, the existing gaps in knowledge continue to be a matter of concern," his report said.

"Any progress in that regard requires full transparency and active co-operation by Iran."

Which Iran has already told you they are not going to give.

Tic. Tic. Tic.

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