Monday, September 19, 2011

"Iran's Nuclear Secrets" revealed!


"Iran's Nuclear Secrets" revealed on Fox

I got up in the middle of the night and was surfing the channels when I started to watch what must have been a replay of the Fox News investigative report documenting Iran's nuclear weapons program.

I have always been a firm believer in Iran's quest to obtain and deploy nuclear weapons either themselves or through a terrorist network, most recently in a September 15 article that provided an update on Iran's nuclear weapons program.

Although the Fox News naysayers will no doubt throw this information out as right-wing propaganda, the report presents clear and documented proof about Iran's nuclear weapons program and the strong likelihood that it may already possess a nuclear weapons capability.

It goes into great detail about a Pakistani by the name of A.Q. Khan who reportedly ran a black market how-to nuclear operation that benefited the likes of Iran, North Korea and Libya.

From Fox, "... And we reveal never before seen documents detailing the role of Pakistani nuclear proliferator A.Q. Khan in Iran's nuclear weapons program. In a Fox News exclusive, we present documents, photos and a dramatic confession letter Khan wrote to his wife, detailing how he sold nuclear weapon materials to Libya, North Korea and Iran..."

If it is on, I would definitely recommend taking the time to watch it!

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1 comment :

  1. Regardless of whether or not Iran is currently seeking nuclear weapons, it wouldn't be if Israel had not already gained them. It's the same situation between India and Pakistan, once one has them the other must also. If America had secured its nuclear knowledge and refused it to Israel we wouldn't be in this situation today.

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