Sunday, February 04, 2007

No ceasing of enriching uranium

Monday's Daily Briefing on Iran.
Iran official says no plans to halt atomic work.
  • Reuters reported that Iran's top nuclear official said Iran will not suspend its uranium enrichment work as demanded by a U.N. sanctions resolution.
Iran's Great Weakness May Be its Oil.
  • Thomas Friedman, The New York Times argued that Iran's greatest weakness may be its addiction to oil.
Top Iranian nuke scientist 'assassinated by Mossad'?
  • reported that a US intelligence company claimed Israel is making good on threats to stop a nuclear bomb by assassinating a top Iranian nuclear physicist involved with the Islamic Republic's current effort to enrich uranium. [Come on. Do we really need all of this anti-Jewish crap? Show me the proof. Where is the proof? In your head?]
Here are three news items you may have missed.
  • Newsweek International reported that Iran clearly seeks to lure Turkey away from its traditional moorings to the West, and the Kurds may be just the wedge they need.
  • Islamic Republic News Agency reported that Rafsanjani said Sunday that the US has planned to commit aggression on Iran and will see how Iranians will stand up against them.
  • CoxandForkum republished a cartoon: Iran's Proxy War.
Thank you, Doctor Zin and Team, for all the news to bring out of Iran. Hopefully, this will wake up the world to help those being held hostage by those in charge. Hopefully...