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WASHINGTON — The Obama administration plans to tell Tehran this week that the nation has three months to open its numerous nuclear sites to inspection, turn over notebooks and computers, and answer detailed questions about its suspected efforts to build a nuclear weapon, according to United States officials.
When the Israeli army’s then-Deputy Chief of Staff Dan Halutz was asked in 2004 how far Israel would go to stop Iran's nuclear program, he replied: "2,000 kilometers," roughly the distance been the two countries.
Any Israeli attack on an Iranian nuclear target would be a very complex operation in which a relatively large number of attack aircraft and support aircraft would participate. The conclusion is that Israel could attack only a few Iranian targets—not as part of a sustainable operation over time, but as a one-time surprise operation.
When Barack Obama was elected US president late last year he was briefed about the covert site in a nuclear programme that would inevitably become one of the toughest issues facing him.
Originally posted by Muundoggie
If I had 3 months to open up about something I was hiding, I sure as hell could get rid of ALL signs of unlawful activity. This is just a way for Muslim supporter Obama to give them that needed time before inspectors go in and show the world "NOTHING" is going on. "No need to attack or add more sanctions folks, Iran is clean." Yea, RIIIGHT
Amari: your post came up while I was composing mine...Looks like we think alike.
[edit on 26-9-2009 by Muundoggie]