Iran may need only a month to produce enough weapons-grade uranium for a nuclear bomb, a U.S.-based anti-proliferation group says in a new assessment of Tehran's enrichment program. But that is only if the country were able to take the most extreme and direct enrichment path, says the Institute for Science and International Security in Washington. Under other scenarios, it would take significantly longer for Tehran to produce the material -- more than 11 months in one estimate. And that would still not give Iran a nuclear bomb. Turning enriched uranium into a usable weapon would take a great deal more time, the report suggests. The warning Thursday from ISIS was released as U.S. lawmakers consider legislation that could tighten sanctions on Iran until a deal is reached on the Middle Eastern country's nuclear program.
reply to post by buster2010
Get real.......Iran HAS the bomb........if they did not they would have been rubble by now.......
The foamflecked lips of the war hawks may spew their public threats and intimidations.......but in private the KNOW Iran can retaliate. with WMD.......
Attacking Iran is beyond the capability of the entire western world to pull off....that BULLDOG HAS RUBBER TEETH !
Dont you realise we are in the process of decline?
All of this stuff is just posturing to maintain the Zenith we have
There will be NO iran attack...............ever