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NY Times again misrepresents IAEA report on Iran
UPDATE: to link to this post, use this URL: /6qmtzj
I finally got the May 2008 IAEA report on Iran and just as I guessed, the media have totally mischaracterized it, as usual.
As usual, the New York Times is the worst. According to the Times, the IAEA has accused Iran of a "willful lack of cooperation" -- but the report contains no such accusation whatsoever. That's the Times' own editorial commentary, inserted as if it was news and falsely attributed to the IAEA. This is the second time that the NY Times has put words in the IAEA's mouth - previously the NY TImes falsely claimed that the IAEA had determined Iran's disclosures were "inadequate" and that Iran had missed a critical deadline -- neither assertion was true, as I have discussed before.
Originally posted by theBigToeAnd if you are a (Christian?), then you should be in full support of Israel since the Jews are the chosen people in the bible and you should be offering them your unconditional support in accordance with scripture.
" However, the more news I read about Iran’s intentions and the more I watch the leaders of Iran thumb their noses at our peaceful attempts at nonproliferation the more at ease I am with backing an Israeli strike to remove Iran’s weapons and regime. "
Originally posted by sedona5602
reply to post by Matteroni
if they are not seeking nukes why will they not let the UN nuclear inspectors inspect their"peaceful nuclear program" ...what are you hiding???
what are they afraid the inspectors would find????
Originally posted by roadtoad
Most people here have completely missed it.
The reason why Iran has nuclear bombs is because Pakistan gave them to them. Yes, Pakistan, our big ally.
Pakistan, the same dodoes that gave nuclear bombs to north korea.
If we expect to survive the straits of hormuz, we need to force Pakistan to take their bombs. back.
Originally posted by FlyersFan
Let's cut to the chase ... if anyone is going to stop Iran from becoming a nuclear power, it should be Saudi Arabia. It's not our job to police up every rouge nutter country on the planet. Let Iran's neighbors take care of Iran. The Saudis have the manpower, the money, and they are living right next door.