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Wednesday, June 18, 2008

IAEA: 'See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil'

The International Atomic Energy Association has concluded that it has no evidence that Syria could carry out a large nuclear program. As you may recall, the inspectors were only allowed to see the site of last September's IAF strike, which was razed and on which a new building has been constructed, and not three other facilities the United States wanted examined.
There is no evidence Syria has the skilled personnel or the fuel to operate a large-scale nuclear facility, the head of the United Nations atomic watchdog said in remarks aired on Tuesday.

"We have no evidence that Syria has the human resources that would allow it to carry out a large nuclear programme. We do not see Syria having nuclear fuel," International Atomic Energy Agency Director General Mohamad ElBaradei told Al Arabiya television.
Maybe it's time to get a new 'watchdog.'


At 9:39 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It wasn't very long ago that ElBaradei said the same thing about Iran.

Can't wait to hear his assessment of Soviet, uh-h-h, Russian capabilities.

At 12:17 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

If we can't trust their findings about Syria, what does say about their oversight of Iran? Naturally, its Israel that's keeps getting in the way of the IAEA's non supervision of international proliferation activities.


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