Iran Doesn’t Have a Nuclear Weapons Program. Why Do Media Keep Saying It Does? | FAIR

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The problem with all of these excerpts: Iran does not have a nuclear weapons program. It has a civilian nuclear energy program, but not one designed to build weapons. Over 30 countries have civilian nuclear programs; only a handful—including, of course, the US and Israel—have nuclear weapons programs

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The problem with all of these excerpts: Iran does not have a nuclear weapons program. It has a civilian nuclear energy program, but not one designed to build weapons. Over 30 countries have civilian nuclear programs; only a handful—including, of course, the US and Israel—have nuclear weapons programs. One is used to power cities, one is used to level them.

If you are skeptical, just refer to a 2007 assessment by all 16 US intelligences agencies (yes, those 16 US intelligence agencies), which found Iran had “halted” its nuclear weapons program. Or look at the same National Intelligence Estimate in 2012, which concluded again that there “is no hard evidence that Iran has decided to build a nuclear bomb.” Or we can listen to the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad, which concurred with the US intelligence assessment (Haaretz3/18/12).

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3 thoughts on “Iran Doesn’t Have a Nuclear Weapons Program. Why Do Media Keep Saying It Does? | FAIR

  1. The media’s job is to fan the flames of war for the warmongers. Americans are stupid or they would ask why is it okay for the U.S. and Israel to have nuclear weapons FOR WAR, but it is not okay for other countries to have nuclear weapons FOR WAR!

    Those who control this country and what we see on the media understand that Americans need to be told what to believe because Americans are idiots and believe what they see and hear on the news. Some of us have awakened, but not enough.

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  2. Pingback: Israel’s Secret 40-year War with Iran | The Most Revolutionary Act

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