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Expert: Iran Could Have 60 Nukes in 2 Years

A "leading non-proliferation expert" is saying that Iran could have the capacity to produce up to 60 nuclear bombs within 2 years. Somehow I don't see it getting to that point, especially if Obama is catapulted into the White House. Syria has some hollowed out facilities of their own, taken care of in a surprise attack by Bush and Israel last September.

If the Messiah gets elected, I see Bush green-lighting an Israeli strike after November. Livni knows Obama promises 4 years of "negotiation," and that Bush might want to go down as the guy who stopped the second holocaust (after he irreparably messed up all that other stuff, of course).
Iran may have the capacity to produce up to 60 nuclear bombs within two years, a leading US non -proliferation expert has told Adnkronos International.

Henry Sokolski, executive director of the Washington-based Nonproliferation Policy Education Center (NPEC), was taking part in a summit , "Preventing nuclear proliferation in the Middle East", organised by Italy's Institute for the Study of Foreign Policy (ISPI) and the Italian Foreign Ministry in Milan.

In an interview with AKI, Sokolski raised the alarm about Iran's intentions, claiming that it would have sufficient plutonium after the opening of the Bushehr plant to construct from 30 to 60 bombs.

The nuclear facility at Bushehr is being built under an agreement between the Russian and Iranian governments for 800 million dollars and is expected to begin production in early 2009.

Sokolski said Iran was putting in place the necessary technology and knowledge to recover the new plant's waste using a chemical process that does not need complex installation or specific structures.
We should probably kick off this whole Gog/Magog thing.

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