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UN: Iran nuclear program may have 'military dimensions'

A new report commissioned by the International Atomic Energy Agency says that Iran's nuclear energy program may contain "military dimensions."

In addition, Iran is believed to be proceeding with it uranium enrichment program. According to the IAEA, it has amassed over 1,000 kilograms of low-grade enriched uranium (up to five percent).

Should this quantity undergo an enrichment process that would raise its level to 90 percent, it would be sufficient in order to manufacture over 30 kilograms of fissionable material, enough to produce at least one atomic bomb.

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No matter the degree to which Iran has cooperated with the IAEA, apparently, it can never be enough to ultimately prevent a military strike against it by the US and/ or Israel.

One has to wonder what forces were pressing upon ElBaradei to word his final report so ambiguously as to create major questions as to Iran's transparency which could be exploited to Israel's and the US's geopolitical ends.

And notice the timing: "The report was issued just prior to the annual meeting of IAEA member states which is scheduled to convene next month in Vienna."

President Obama has given Iran just until the end of September to comply with his demands. He and Netanyahu understand, without a doubt, that they will not get any more sanctions at the UN in September, when the General Assembly meets, because both China and Russia will veto any further sanctions.

It will then just be a question as to how long before the UN gets characterized as "irrelevant" by the US and Israel, and the bombs start flying.