STRATFOR: Iran: Nuclear Weapons Work Did Not Stop In 2003

January 19, 2010

U.S. intelligence agencies now believe that Iran did not halt work on its nuclear weapons program in 2003, as had been stated in the 2007 National Intelligence Estimate, The Washington Times reported Jan. 19, citing an unnamed senior U.S. military officer. The officer said analysts are now trying to determine whether Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has given the order to produce a nuclear weapon. The officer also said that Iran is not currently capable of building a nuclear weapon, but Tehran’s program is advanced and moving toward the point where one could be built

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