Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Iran Advances Nuclear Program

Iran's president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced today that his country now has 3,000 fully functional centrifuges used to enrich uranium.

Enriching uranium is a key process to building nuclear bombs, which Ahmadinejad says is not the purpose of his country's nuclear program.

The world community is concerned about the growing threat of Iran building nuclear weapons, but so far only economic sanctions have been imposed.

The rulers of Iran, who are Islamic fundamentalists waiting for the end of the world, are very hostile to the United States and particularly Israel.

Ahmadinejad has repeatedly threatened to wipe out Israel in the past and already has missiles capable of reaching Israel. Iran is also getting more advanced military equipment from Russia and China.

Iran is also supplying the terrorists in Iraq with advanced explosives that are killing dozens of US soldiers every month. There is no doubt that Iran presents the biggest security challenge the world faces today.

Either the USA or Israel is going to have to step up to the plate and destroy Iran's nuclear development facilities or face the possibility of a nuclear attack on Israel or the USA; or that Iran will blackmail it's enemies and neighbors by holding the threat of nuclear war over their heads.

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