Iran’s nuclear bunker doubles capacity

By Jon Hall,
Iran doubles its uranium enrichment machines shortly after Israel threats

As talks with Iran continue, the government has moved more nuclear enrichment machines to its underground bunker.

According to Reuters, the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has reported the drastic increase in nuclear technology in its most recent quarterly report.

Although they say these new machines have not yet been activated for use, their move to the bunker so recently after verbal threats from Israel is worrisome. According to the Israeli news organization Haaretz, the people in Israel are becoming upset.

Haaretz reported that The U.S. would not take any action against Iran until next year. Furthermore the Joint Chiefs of Staff announced that Israel did not have the capability to destroy Iranian nuclear capacities on its own.

Iran’s monarchy leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, declared, “Our motto is nuclear energy for all and nuclear weapons for none,” according to Reuters. However since then, the IAEA has been attempting to gain access to Parhcin, an Iranian military facility that could contain nuclear weapon development. The Iranian Government has dismissed their requests.



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