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Post time 2009-12-10 23:25:43 |Display all floors
Iran successfully simulates nuclear warhead detonation

DEBKAfile Special Report
December 4, 2009

German intelligence reports that Iranian scientists have successfully simulated the detonation of a nuclear warhead in laboratory conditions, in an effort to sidestep an underground nuclear test like the one that brought the world down on North Korea's head earlier this year. DEBKAfile's Iranian and intelligence sources report that this development is alarming because detonation is one of the most difficult technological challenges in the development of a nuclear weapon. Mastering it carries Iran past one of the last major obstacles confronting its program for the manufacture of a nuclear warhead.

After this breakthrough, the German BND intelligence believes it will take Tehran no more than a year to perfect its expertise and stock enough highly-enriched uranium to make the last leap toward building the first Iranian nuclear bomb or warhead. DEBKAfile's military sources confirm that simulated detonation of a warhead takes Iran to the highest level of weapons development.

Using the example of Israel and other nations, Western nuclear arms experts have claimed in recent years that since the emergence of simulated detonation technique, nuclear tests are no longer necessary.

With this hurdle overcome, Tehran has set about restructuring its defense ministry for the coming task of actually making a weapon.
The new Department for Expanded Technology Applications - FEDAT was set up to speed up the military nuclear program. It is divided into sub-departments for uranium mining (to increase the output of the Yazd mines), enrichment (to guarantee the quantity of high-grade uranium needed for weapons), metallurgy, neutrons, highly explosive material and fuel supply.

Wednesday, Dec. 2, Iran's president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said: "The Iranian nation will by itself make the 20 percent (nuclear) fuel (enriched uranium) and whatever it needs."

President Barack Obama has reminded Tehran that it has until the end of the year for a negotiated accommodation on its nuclear program that will uphold its international obligations. However, tor Iran's leaders, progress toward a nuclear weapon is now unstoppable by any diplomatic means.
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Post time 2009-12-10 23:27:38 |Display all floors

Atomic-blast detection station established near Iran

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By Jonathan Tirone


Dec. 3 (Bloomberg) -- A United Nations group seeking to outlaw nuclear-weapons tests has set up a detection facility near the border between Iran and Turkmenistan that can register the shockwaves of an atomic blast.

The Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization built seismic station PS44 near Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, a “few kilometers” from the Central Asian country’s southern border with Iran, the Vienna-based group said yesterday in a statement on its Web site. The site adds to the group’s 337 stations worldwide designed to detect seismic activity and atmospheric radiation caused by nuclear explosions.

UN inspectors received intelligence material that included Iranian designs for a 400-meter (1,312-foot) deep shaft that could be used for testing a nuclear bomb, the world body’s International Atomic Energy Agency said in May 2008. The documents also showed plans for a control station 10 kilometers from the unidentified blast site, along with diagnostic equipment to monitor an explosion.

Iran has rejected IAEA requests to discuss the test-site design. The U.S. and several major allies say that Iran’s nuclear program is cover for weapons development, an allegation denied by the government in Tehran, which says the work is for peaceful purposes such as electricity generation. Iran says that the documents on the possible test site are fake.

Not Ratified

Iran is one the nine countries that have yet to ratify the Comprehensive Test-Ban Treaty. There have been more than 2,000 nuclear test explosions worldwide since the Manhattan Project’s Trinity trial in the U.S. in July 1945. The last detonation occurred May 25, when North Korea said it conducted a test, an event that was detected at 61 of the UN organization’s seismic stations.

The other eight countries that must ratify the treaty for it to come into force are China, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Israel, North Korea, Pakistan and the U.S.

The UN can detect a blast as small as 2.75 on the Richter scale, the treaty organization’s director, Tibor Toth, said in a report issued last month. A 1-kiloton blast, equivalent to 1,000 tons of TNT, registers 4 on the Richter scale.

The atomic bomb that detonated over the Japanese city of Hiroshima in 1945, at the end of World War II, was 15 kilotons and the bomb over Nagasaki, Japan, three days later had a force of 21 kilotons, according to the National Resources Defense Council, a New York-based environmental group. The biggest nuclear weapon ever tested was the Soviet Union’s 50 megaton “Tsar-bomb,” detonated in October 1961.
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Post time 2009-12-10 23:30:06 |Display all floors
Great news...

Iran should do what it needs to protect its oil fields from the thieving claws of Anglos.

These Anglos won't leave Iran alone until they turn it into a Iraq.

Iran has to protect itself...
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Post time 2009-12-10 23:31:48 |Display all floors

DEBKA and German Intelligence?

DEBKA is a website run by the Israeli military.

German Intelligence? Just ask Mossad.

But good luck to the Iranians, may they continue to assertively up their middle finger to the zio-west.

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Post time 2009-12-10 23:35:38 |Display all floors
Brazil to sell Iran raw uranium, expand nuclear ties
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December 9, 2009

Brazilian foreign minister Celso Amorim was in Tehran last week to prepare a state visit by Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva early next year - ten days after president Mahmoud Ahmadienjad was in Brazilia. Last month, both he and Israeli president Shimon Peres visited the Brazilian capital.

Ahmadinejad like Peres faced hostile demonstrations in Brazilila and Rio da Janeiro.

However DEBKAfile's diplomatic sources report that President Lula opted for further expanding ties with Tehran and defending Iran's claim that its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes.

During his visit to Iran, the Brazilian foreign minister was taken around the Isfahan fuel plant by the head of the Iran's atomic energy commission Ali Akbar Salehi. They are believed to have drafted a contract for the sale of Brazilian raw uranium to Iran ready for signing during Lula's state visit.

Our sources in Brazilia report that the Brazilian president has spurned every US and Israeli effort to support the international campaign for curbing Iran's nuclear weapons ambitions, openly championing its program and its right to enrich uranium.

While touring Europe last week, the Brazilian president he took issue with Iran's critics, German chancellor Angela Merkel and Spanish prime minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero. When Merkel said Iran was testing the limits of the world's patience, Lula replied that increasing pressure would do no good and urged more patience to raise the level of conversation with Tehran instead of waving the threat of sanctions. He said he was confident that Tehran would prove suspicions of its nuclear program to be unfounded.

At the South American (Mercosur) trade bloc summit Tuesday, Dec. 8, Lula and Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez decided to work together to help Iran improve its world standing and lift Ahmadinejad' low repute in international institutions.

A controversial figure at home too, Lula famously said at the G20 summit last month that the international financial crisis was “fostered and boosted by the irrational behavior of people who were white and blue-eyed."

Another world leader tilting toward Iran, Turkish prime minister Recip Tayyep Erdogan, also spurned US president Barack Obama's bid to slacken Ankara's ties with Tehran when they met at the White House Monday, Dec. 7. While officials in Jerusalem try to show that Israel's relations with Turkey are on the mend, Erdogan assured Obama that his ties with the Iranian president are of the highest strategic importance to his country, so treading in the footsteps of the Brazilian and Venezuelan presidents.

According to International Monetary Fund figures released Sunday, Dec. 6, Iran trebled the volume of its trade with South American countries to $3 billion in 2008, the lion's share with Brazil and Venezuela.
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Post time 2009-12-11 01:24:51 |Display all floors
So the West condemns Iran because they accuse it of making nuclear weapons and you jump on the bandwagon calling westeners liars. Iran then does tests to simulate nuclear weapon detonations and you are now over the moon with joy. Forgetting that this is what we have been saying all along? Iran is doing worse than playing with fire. It's getting itself into a very dangerous situation. No amount of posturing will protect Iran if people decide to go in there and stop it. How about people actually view this for a second. This is a nation that has categorically stated it wants to annihilate Israel and now they are trying to build a nuke? Can't you put 2 and 2 together? Iran won't use the nuke for protection. They will use it for blackmail.
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Post time 2009-12-11 05:58:00 |Display all floors

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Some day the world may be able to throw off the yoke of the tyrranical,barbaric and murderous Zionist led
World Government.It was "barbarians" that finally defeated the barbaric Roman empire with it's colliseum and
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