Did the IAEA miss something?
Given the IAEA's knack for missing the existence of and important developments in Iran's nuclear program, how much credence should we give their claim that there was no explosion at Fordow
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), in an unusual move, made a
brief statement following media reports at the weekend of significant
damage at the underground Fordow uranium enrichment site.
IAEA inspectors regularly visit Iranian nuclear sites, including the one
at Fordow, and the UN agency suggested in its comment that they had
been at the site after the reports in some Israeli and Western media of
an explosion there.
"We understand that Iran has denied that there has been an incident at
Fordow. This is consistent with our observations," IAEA spokeswoman Gill
Tudor said in an emailed comment in response to a question.
Labels: Fordow nuclear plant, IAEA, Iranian nuclear threat, Qom, uranium enrichment