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I was just gonna say the same thing Gazrok...
All the emphasis is on nookular weapons all the time but rarely any mention of the nuclear power programme.
There are always those that ask "why do they need nuclear power when they have all that oil? Well, why not. The oil is not going to last forever, everybody knows that so why not look at other means of generation
trust to Iran more than to Americans. And I'm sure it'll be better to leave them or to help then to protect their nukes from terrorists than #ting to everybody about their threats. Remember the Iraq.
Originally posted by southern_cross3
Folks in Iran are more anti-American than in any other nation in the world, except perhaps California.
Hassan Rohani, secretary-general of Iran's Supreme National Security Council, also told Reuters there was nothing the West could offer Tehran that would persuade it to scrap a nuclear program which Washington fears may be used to make bombs.
Asked about a possible attack by the United States or Israel, which have both said a nuclear-armed Iran would be unacceptable, Rohani said: "If such an attack (against Iran's atomic facilities) takes place then of course we will retaliate and we will definitely accelerate our activities to complete our (nuclear) fuel cycle."
"It's fairly clear from the public statements of the Iranians that, that they are on a path of seeking a nuclear weapon and don't have it at the present time," Rumsfeld said in a taped interview with CNN's "Late Edition."
Originally posted by Gazrok
Really? You'd trust a state sponsoring terrorism (i.e. in it's support of numerous terrorist training camps and factions) to keep such weapons out of the hands of terrorists?