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Submitted by Harrak (Canada), May 4, 2006 at 18:26

..Bottom line, Brad, Iran is exagerating about its capabilities! you are totaly fact absent. they enriched the Uranium in 2 weeks at the level of 3.5 % as confirmed by the IAEA. Only one week and half later, they enriched it at a level of 4.8%. Remember the bomb takes 15%. So if they have NO plan B (secret), only with what they have now they can have a bomb in 6 months...if we consider they have plan B, which is innevitable for the speed they are moving in the nuclear issue, than like some say they already have a bit over 10 nuclear war heads.

Iran is stubborn now because it needs more pressure to find an excuse to widthraw from NPT and explode some bombs sayying: "the west threatened us, we have no choice but.."..the best solution to this is to keep the IAEA involved and closely watch around. and leave what they have in stock become a piece in the musium of national pride. It won't hurt!

Sadam and Afghanistan were just a waste of time that Iran used to its interest.

If you still insist on your view and if any in administation aswell, then if you attack Iran, you will come back to look for my comments..they will be in section articles where you can follow the link by article in Dr Pipes's middle east forum.

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