Monday, April 10, 2006

Ahmadinejad: Tomorrow night, Iranians would be delighted hearing good news on Iran’s nuclear case

Mehran Riazaty: Iran Analyst
Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) reported that Ahmadinejad said, "Despite being faced with sanctions for 27 years, restrictions, economic and propagation pressure, the Iranians have now achieved success in the field of basic cells, aerospace engineering, and producing nuclear energy." He added, "Our enemies suddenly opened their eyes and noticed that we had achieved those high peaks of sciences and technology. "

Furthermore, Fars News Agency reported that, in city of Mashhad, Ahmadinejad said "They (West) know for sure that they cannot deprive the Iranian nation of its right by exerting political pressure." He also made it clear that the Iranian government will not retreat even an inch from the nation's rights.

Yesterday, the daily Jomhuri-ye Eslami reported that, Gholamreza Aqhazadeh, the head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization, said there are good news on Iran’s nuclear activities underway.

Today, Paykeiran News site reported that, one of Iran’s representative in parliament in an interview with Iran news have said that in next two or three days, Ahmadinejad will say that Iran have achieved the uranium enrichment at 3.5 percent which this achievement allow Iran to enter in the club of nuclear fuel countries. The 3.5 percent, a level good enough for fueling nuclear reactors but specially meaning that the country has mastered the full nuclear cycle.

Mehran Riazaty: a former Iran analyst for the Central Command of the Coalition Forces in Baghdad.