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    Iran: Will Endure UN Sanctions To Continue Nuclear Plans

    The zionist entity and it's American stooge cannot defeat Iran.

    http://framehosting.dowjonesnews.com...0560010&Take=1

    Iran: Will Endure UN Sanctions To Continue Nuclear Plans


    Iran will endure U.N. economic sanctions rather than give up nuclear fuel development, its vice president said Wednesday ahead of a new round of negotiations with European countries trying to rein in its nuclear program. The European Union has threatened to take Iran to the U.N. Security Council for possible sanctions if it restarts uranium reprocessing, an early stage in preparing raw uranium either for fuel for a power reactor or a nuclear weapon. Iran has vowed to resume uranium reprocessing activities at its Isfahan Uranium Conversion Facility in central Iran but has agreed to give Europeans a "last chance" for a possible breakthrough in negotiations next week. "We are not interested to be subject to sanctions. We are not interested to go to the U.N. Security Council," Vice President Gholamreza Aghazadeh told state-run television late Wednesday. "But if it happens, the ruling establishment and the people are making the necessary predictions and resistance. They will pay the price of sanctions but, to me, won't give up these activities," said Aghazadeh, who also heads Iran's Atomic Energy Organization. Aghazadeh said Iran has made its decision at a top level to restart work in Isfahan whether or not there is an agreement with the Europeans. Washington believes Iran is secretly developing nuclear weapons under cover of a peaceful nuclear program. Iran denies this, saying its nuclear program is geared merely toward generating electricity, not bombs.

    Reprocessing converts raw uranium into gas. In the next stage of the process, the gas is enriched by being fed into centrifuges. Low enriched uranium is used in generating electricity, but it also can be turned into nuclear weapons if enriched further. Iran suspended all uranium enrichment-related activities six months ago to build international confidence and avoid being referred to the U.N. Security Council. So far, Iran has said it won't restart enrichment. Tehran says it won't give up its right under the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty to enrich uranium but is prepared to offer strong guarantees that its nuclear program won't be diverted toward nuclear weapons. Aghazadeh said Iran has clearly told Europeans that it won't give up the nuclear technology it has mastered and that the technology in Iran's hands was "irreversible." Iran's top nuclear negotiator Hasan Rowhani is scheduled to meet foreign ministers of France, Britain and Germany May 23. Tehran says the talks will be the "last chance" in negotiations to avert a nuclear crisis before Tehran resumes reprocessing activities. France, Britain and Germany, acting on behalf of the 25-nation European Union, want Tehran to abandon its enrichment activities in exchange for economic aid and technical support. Aghazadeh said Europeans failed to come up with proposals on what sort of guarantees they wanted from Iran and that led Iran to offer guarantees itself that its nuclear program won't be diverted toward weapons. "They rejected our proposal during London talks (last month) and refused to give their own proposals. It was then that the ruling system decided that this talks under this system are meaningless," he said.

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    Re: Iran: Will Endure UN Sanctions To Continue Nuclear Plans

    things definitely are getting interesting. Let's see if Frenchie's got some balls or not. Diplomacy works my a$$

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      Re: Iran: Will Endure UN Sanctions To Continue Nuclear Plans

      America and Israel have hundreds and thousands of nukes between them. Why are you scared of Iran getting a few?

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        Well I don't suppose anyone can do much about it anyway. What with 15 million shias in Iraq straining to 'get on with it' the US and any countries standing to benefit from a steady boat are unlikely to upset the balance.

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          Re: Iran: Will Endure UN Sanctions To Continue Nuclear Plans

          Originally posted by Reza Pahlavi
          America and Israel have hundreds and thousands of nukes between them. Why are you scared of Iran getting a few?
          I'm not scared because I know it won't happen.

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            #6
            Re: Iran: Will Endure UN Sanctions To Continue Nuclear Plans

            head in the sand, already happened prob. But then again why does it matter/

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              Re: Iran: Will Endure UN Sanctions To Continue Nuclear Plans

              Originally posted by Stu
              I'm not scared because I know it won't happen.
              If it won't happen, then you would stop making such an international fuss, you f'raidy cats.

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