Are Iranian Magnets the New Aluminum Tubes? By Peter Hart

15 February 2013 — FAIR Blog

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In the run up to the Iraq War, the New York Times  (9/8/02) famously reported on an Iraqi scheme to procure special aluminum tubes that could only have one purpose:  Iraq’s secret nuclear weapons program. Saddam Hussein was attempting to “buy thousands of specially designed aluminum tubes,” and the “diameter, thickness and other technical specifications of the aluminum tubes had persuaded American intelligence experts that they were meant for Iraq’s nuclear program.” The claims were false–Iraq, as it turned out, had no nuclear program–but still hugely influential. Continue reading

Building a Pretext to Wage War on Iran? Washington Cooks Up a “Nuclear Fairy Tale” BY Dr. Ismail Salami

23 January, 2013 —  Global Research

In a 155-page report, four US nuclear experts have called upon the Obama administration to impose tougher economic sanctions against Iran and resort to overt operations through using warplanes and missiles on Iranian nuclear sites.

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Building a Pretext to Wage War on Iran? Washington Cooks Up a “Nuclear Fairy Tale” BY Dr. Ismail Salami

23 January, 2013 —  Global Research

In a 155-page report, four US nuclear experts have called upon the Obama administration to impose tougher economic sanctions against Iran and resort to overt operations through using warplanes and missiles on Iranian nuclear sites.

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West Continues Speculation on Iran Nuclear Work By Afsaneh Ahadi

1 October 2012 Iran Review

One of the most common political tools, which has been always used by Western politicians is to aggrandize a security crisis anywhere in the world and repeat it in different ways. During recent years, efforts made by Iran to master nuclear technology have been used as an excuse by the Western officials in order to cast doubt on peaceful goals of Iran‘s nuclear energy program and warn the world that Iran will “soon” build a nuclear bomb. Continue reading