Tuesday, November 26, 2013

One Key Thing the Obama Administration Isn’t Telling You About the Iran Deal

by John Hinderaker
Under the agreement reached in Geneva over the weekend, Iran is permitted to keep one-half of the uranium it has enriched to the 20% level, and is required to dilute the remaining one-half to 5% U-235. It is allowed to continue enriching uranium, but agrees not to take that process beyond 5% U-235 during the next six months. No doubt many people who hear about those terms will be reassured, thinking that 5% enrichment, and even 20%, represents only a small percentage of the total effort needed to create the materials for a nuclear bomb. Unfortunately, this is not the case.
A reader points out this valuable September 2012 report by the American Enterprise Institute, and comments:…To Read More…..

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