Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Evidence Eludes ElBaradei

Israel says the International Atomic Energy Agency is holding back incriminating evidence of Iran's nuclear weapons program.

British, French, German and US senior officials have recently pressured Mohamed ElBaradei, the IAEA chief, to publish the information, the Haaretz newspaper reports.
But, ELBaradei says he does not have any evidence suggesting Iran is developing a nuclear weapons program.

Haaretz reports its sources say that new evidence was submitted to the IAEA in a report signed by the head of the IAEA team in Iran.

A UN agency complicit in the cover up of nefarious activity by a terrorist state? Can it be? Could Mohamed have an ideological axe to grind?

Stay tuned.

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