Iran Nuclear Technology
Iran's Nuclear Technology, a Real Threat
For the past several years, Iran's nuclear technology and program has continued full steam ahead. With little resistance from the International community, Iran has seized the opportunity, and to date, has over 4,000 centrifuges. They have continued developing their nuclear technology and have been racing toward obtaining a nuclear bomb. All this has taken place under the false pretense that their nuclear activities are for peaceful energy applications. Every indication is that Iran's nuclear technology is leading them to a nuclear weapon. The uranium enrichment, the testing of medium-range ballistic missiles which have modified re-entry vehicles capable of delivering a nuclear weapon, Iran's underground testing facilities and the detonation of high explosives it all ads up to the development of a nuclear weapon.
Iran simply cannot be allowed to possess a nuclear weapon. However, because of the inactivity of the agencies responsible for preventing such an event, Iran looks to have a nuclear weapon by 2015. This timeline may be considerably less if they receive continued support from North Korea and Russia. The timeline could be moved up. The world authorities must take action now to prevent a nuclear Iran from becoming a reality. They cannot be trusted with this level of technology or the possibility of possessing and using nuclear weapons.
Read more about Iran's nuclear technology in the article, Diverting Iran from the Nuclear Path. Iran's nuclear technology is a real threat to the entire world, and they need to be stopped. If they are allowed to obtain a nuclear weapon, every indication is that they will use it to assert their authority over the Middle East region.