Exclusive: Full Text of IAEA Iran Report
The guys at Vital Perspectives have obtained a copy of the International Atomic Energy Agency's report on Iran. You can see the full text of the IAEA Iran report here.
They also add:
The IAEA report details the progress that Iran has achieved, noting the continued testing of P-1 centrifuges with UF6 and the installation of a second 164-centrifuge cascade. It also details Iran's continued stonewalling and lack of cooperation with the IAEA. According to the report, Iran has not made any new information available on their P-1 and P-2 centrifuge programs. Iran has not provided a copy of a 15-page document describing procedures for the reduction of UF6 to uranium metal, which is critical to understanding the full scope of offers made by 'foreign intermediaries.' Iran has not been forthcoming with clarification on is plutonium separation experiments. Iran has not issued multiple entry visas to weapons inspectors on time. Iran refuses to discuss Project Green Salt, address verification and transparency issues, suspend enrichment related activities or act in accordance with the Additional Protocol. As a result, the IAEA still cannot make a determination as to the nature of the Iranian nuclear program.
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Posted by: J. Mark English at August 31, 2006 03:30 PM
These idiots will get us all killed.
Posted by: davec at August 31, 2006 05:18 PM
We have lost our balls. Why? Because someone knows a muslim who is a nice guy.
Posted by: greyrooster at August 31, 2006 05:38 PM
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Posted by: Leatherneck at August 31, 2006 09:41 PM
We have absolutely zero inside intelligence on the Iranian nuclear program. We do know they have outside help from Pakistan via the now infamous A.Q. Khan, father of the Islamic nuclear bomb...
They were getting equipment and plans as far back as 1988 and the IAEA has proof it continued up to at least 1996, a full 6 years after Pakistan supposedly stopped sending it...
Who's to say they don't already have nuclear weapons, and are just waiting to build a sufficient supply of fissible material and weapons before announcing so?
Seeing how much the loony Basiji President of Iran has been spouting, I place my bet that they already possess a few weapons.
Posted by: Naieve at September 01, 2006 02:05 AM
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