Iran Launches Next Phase of Nuclear Project

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Piece in todays Indi.

Iran's hardline president declared Saturday that his nation's controversial nuclear program poses no threat to any other country, even Israel "which is a definite enemy."

Do you beleive him. ?
 
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johnny said:
Piece in todays Indi.

Iran's hardline president declared Saturday that his nation's controversial nuclear program poses no threat to any other country, even Israel "which is a definite enemy."

Do you beleive him. ?
A link?
 
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johnny said:
Piece in todays Indi.

Iran's hardline president declared Saturday that his nation's controversial nuclear program poses no threat to any other country, even Israel "which is a definite enemy."

Do you beleive him. ?
I definitely believe he feels threatened by Israel - at least that much is obvious.
 
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http://news.independent.co.uk/world/middle_east/article1222025.ece


Iran launches next phase of nuclear project
As UN deadline nears, President says Tehran will not give up right to the technology, despite Western fears
By Ali Akbar Dareini, AP
Published: 27 August 2006
Iran's hardline president declared Saturday that his nation's controversial nuclear program poses no threat to any other country, even Israel "which is a definite enemy."

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad spoke after inaugurating a heavy-water production plant, which went into operation despite U.N. demands that Iran roll back its nuclear program. Tehran says is for peaceful purposes, but Western countries fear it could eventually be used to develop a nuclear bomb.

During a speech, Ahmadinejad declared that Iran would never abandon its nuclear program and repeated that nuclear weapons is not the goal. "Basically, there is no talk of nuclear weapons. There is no discussion of nuclear weapons," he said. "We are not a threat to anybody even the Zionist regime, which is a definite enemy for the people of the region."

Iran is under a Thursday deadline established by the U.N. Security Council to suspend uranium enrichment or face political and economic sanctions. Tehran has called the Security Council's resolution that set the deadline "illegal" and has insisted it won't give up its nuclear program. Iran also responded on Tuesday to an incentives package presented by the five permanent members of the Security Council plus Germany. Tehran said it would be open to negotiations but did not agree to the West's key demand for Tehran to halt uranium enrichment as a precondition to talks.
 
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frenchperson said:
johnny said:
Piece in todays Indi.

Iran's hardline president declared Saturday that his nation's controversial nuclear program poses no threat to any other country, even Israel "which is a definite enemy."

Do you beleive him. ?
I definitely believe he feels threatened by Israel - at least that much is obvious.
Tell me frenchperson, have you submitted your application for membership of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard yet? :wink:
 

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