Reports: Iran's bomb is ready

Has the West prevaricated for too long? Reports are suggesting that Iran's nuclear weapon is already ready

by The Commentator on 8 January 2013 17:00

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According to a source who claims to have access to Iran's nuclear program, the Islamic Republic has already successfully has built a nuclear bomb.

The source, as reported by WND, a leading US news website, states the Iran has received the support of Russia and North Korea and has enough weapons-grade uranium and plutonium for more.

The source, says WND, is a member of the Revolutionary Guards intelligence unit who has access to Iran’s nuclear program. He claims the Islamic regime is working out of seven nuclear sites, most of which are unknown to the IAEA, and that its nuclear bomb program is complete.

This information comes despite the fact that Western government's and Israeli intelligence continue to insist that there is still time before Iran finalises its abilities to build a nuclear weapon.

The official position of the British and American governments are currently predicated on sanctions that many insist are working well in halting the Iranian bomb. 

The WND website goes into detail over the facilities named by the source. 

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