U.S. Says Iran Ended Atomic Arms Work
Can this new information about Iran's nuclear plan pave the way for the pro-negotiation elements in the administration to purse a more peaceful way in the way they are dealing with Iran dilemma? White House allegation regarding to this news is not very positive, although it shows how "Iran's Nuclear Weapon" plan is a myth more than a reality. Everybody who is closely following Iran's nuclear plan certify that there are lots of technical problems that do let Iranians go after nuclear bomb, even if they have the intention to do so. Still, the US lean on many pretexts to be hostile against Iran. It ranges from Iran's allegedly involvement in Iraq to Iran's support of Hamas and Hizbollah and its efforts to diminish the Middle East peace process, if the re is any process of that kind. (Read the rest of the story here)
"WASHINGTON, Dec. 3 — A new assessment by American intelligence agencies concludes that Iran halted its nuclear weapons program in 2003 and that the program remains frozen, contradicting judgment two years ago that Tehran was working relentlessly toward building a nuclear bomb. The conclusions of the new assessment are likely to reshape the final year of the Bush administration, which has made halting Iran’s nuclear program a cornerstone of its foreign policy."