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March 7, 2006

Iran's Nuclear Negotiator Admits To duping Europeans

Topics: Iran

Roger Simon writes that the only thing surprising about Hassan Rowhani - the man who headed Iran's nuclear negotiations - incredibly boasting that he had decieved his European counterparts is that he said it in semi-public so quickly and so obviously and while "negotiations" are actually still going on.

THE man who for two years led Iran's nuclear negotiations has laid out in unprecedented detail how the regime took advantage of talks with Britain, France and Germany to forge ahead with its secret atomic program.

In a speech to a closed meeting of leading Islamic clerics and academics, Hassan Rowhani, who headed talks with the so-called EU3 until last year, revealed how Tehran played for time and tried to dupe the West after its secret nuclear program was uncovered by the Iranian opposition in 2002.

He boasted that while talks were taking place in Tehran, Iran was able to complete the installation of equipment for conversion of yellowcake - a key stage in the nuclear fuel process - at its Isfahan plant while convincing European diplomats that nothing was afoot.

Simon goes on to say that the only thing Rowhani didn't say is that "the whore El Baradei is directly in their pay", and that's (only) because money wasn't involved.

Maybe, as Simon suggests, the IAEA honcho was simply ideologically attuned with the Islamofascist mullahs (be sure and read the rest).

By the way, you're not going to believe the extent of Iran's lies!, and almost as incredible as Rowhani boasting that Iran lied to the Europeans all along, is Ahmadinijad saying that the West should compensate Iran for it's past suspension of nuclear research as a way of building trust.

Posted by Richard at March 7, 2006 1:40 PM



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