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Pakistan will not allow inspection of Nuclear sites .

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Submitted by Ruler (India), Aug 14, 2007 at 07:44

Foreign Office spokesman ruled out inspection of Pakistan's nuclear installations by the International Atomic Energy Commission (IAEA).

"There is no question of such inspections by IAEA," he told PTV. He denied that Pakistan had received any request from IAEA for inspection of Pakistan's nuclear installations. He said Pakistan had no such obligation to allow its nuclear sites for inspection because it was not a signatory to the Non-Proliferation Treaty. Mr Khan said that IAEA was questioning other countries but not Pakistan.

What Pakistanis are hiding from UN and US weapon Inspectors ???

Is there something related with weapons of mass destruction or Nuclear Biological and Chemical Weapons ???

Pakistan is major exporter of Islamic Terrorism and Its Nuclear Program is the biggest threat because they are planning to share and give their technology to at least four Muslim Nations .

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