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U.S. report: Iran stopped nuclear weapons work in 2003

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posted on Dec, 3 2007 @ 02:20 PM
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U.S. report: Iran stopped nuclear weapons work in 2003


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Iran halted work toward a nuclear weapon under international scrutiny in 2003 and is unlikely to be able to produce enough enriched uranium for a bomb until 2010 to 2015, a U.S. intelligence report says.

A file satellite image shows Iranian nuclear facilities.

A declassified summary of the latest National Intelligence Estimate found with "high confidence" that the Islamic republic stopped an effort to develop nuclear weapons in the fall of 2003.

The estimate is less severe than a 2005 rep>>>>
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posted on Dec, 3 2007 @ 02:20 PM
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Does this mean the Bush Administration (and others) have lost their ground to go to war any time soon?

Why would the administration allow this information to be revealed to the public? Or was it leaked?

I am curious as to what would happen if they did make a nuclear weapon. How would that effect the middle east, or the world?

It is said that if they attack, say, Israel, that Iran would pretty much be committing suicide. But who says they will attack anyone? There seems to be a growing voice that states perhaps Iran should have the same opportunity as so many others have to create nuclear power, if not a nuclear weapon.

Then again, it seems at times as though the United States wants the middle east to have enough weapons that it can destroy itself. Like a large arms trade.


Nyorai

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posted on Dec, 3 2007 @ 02:22 PM
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