Sunday, February 11, 2007

Nothing to See Here

After all the worrying and posturing against Iran's nuclear program, we can all finally breathe easy. According to Iran, they mean Israel no harm (heh):
Envoy: Iran poses no threat to Israel

By SLOBODAN LEKIC, Associated Press Writer
1 hour, 35 minutes ago

MUNICH, Germany - Iran's nuclear program is not a threat to Israel and the country is prepared to settle all outstanding issues with the International Atomic Energy Agency within three weeks, its top nuclear negotiator said Sunday.

Ali Larijani, speaking at a forum that gathered the world's top security officials, said Iran doesn't have aggressive intentions toward any nation.

"That Iran is willing to threaten Israel is wrong," Larijani said. "We pose no threat and if we are conducting nuclear research and development we are no threat to Israel. We have no intention of aggression against any country."

Iran insists it will not give up uranium enrichment, saying it is pursuing the technology only to generate energy. The United States and some of its allies fear the Islamic republic is more interested in enrichment's other application — creating the fissile core of nuclear warheads. (link)

Now that the question of Iran and the Middle East is settled, maybe we can tackle the really big problems like Global Warming Climate Change (heh).
Reason to yawn

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