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IAEA Report: No Evidence Iran Diverted Any Nuclear Material for a Nuclear Weapons Program

Mainstream media misrepresents latest International Atomic Energy Agency
(IAEA) report. What that report actually says is there is no evidence
Iran has diverted any material for a nuclear weapons program. And even
more important: Much of Iran's uranium stockpile has been converted into
a form that would be very difficult to use in a nuclear weapon.

"The agency had found that Iran had "converted much of the new material
to metal form for use in a nuclear research reactor." The Washington
Post even quoted an unnamed Obama administration official acknowledging
that the converted 19.75 percent enriched uranium could not be "further
enriched to weapons-grade material." But this admission appears deep
within the article." ☛ IAEA Iran Report: Little New except Reduced
Bomb-Making Capacity - Tehran Bureau

"The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) report made public
Thursday reveals that Iran has actually reduced the amount of 20-percent
enriched uranium available for any possible "breakout" to weapons grade
enrichment over the last three months rather than increasing it." ☛ IPS
-- IAEA Report Shows Iran Reduced Its Breakout Capacity
Inter Press

"Not only is any Uranium Iran has below weapons grade but, according to
the new IAEA report, Iran has today less enriched Uranium that could
quickly be converted into a nuclear weapon than it had in May 2012, the
time of the IAEA's last report (GOV/2012/23) on the issue." ☛ IAEA:
Iranian "Nuclear Danger" Decreased

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Added: Sep-15-2012 Occurred On: Sep-15-2012
By: fallen angel
Tags: iran, israel, usa
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