ElBaradei urges "full disclosure" on Iran bomb issue
International Herald Tribune / Reuters
02-Jun-2008 (one comment)

The U.N. nuclear watchdog chief said on Monday Iran seemed to be holding back information needed to clarify intelligence reports that it researched nuclear bombs in secret and he demanded "full disclosure" by Tehran.

In an unusually tough speech opening a meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency's 35-nation Board of Governors, IAEA Director Mohamed ElBaradei said the intelligence remained a "matter of serious concern".

The Islamic Republic says the material, which was supplied by around 10 countries, primarily the United States, is forged but has not backed up its denials with evidence.

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by Anonymous500 (not verified) on

Ghabel-e tavajoohe Agha Mamad.

Mamad Agha, it is not just the Iranian Resistance that has exposed this regime's bomb making attmepts in the guise of these criminal akhunds' "Peaceful" (my left foot) nuc activities, the IAEA is now reaching similar conclusions.