The ‘soft power’ European diplomats have failed. The Iranians knew they didn’t have the balls, so they called their bluff and now watch them dither.
Iran has turned away International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors from an underground site meant to shelter its uranium enrichment program from attack, diplomats and U.N. officials told The Associated Press Monday.Guess who else turned away Inspectors, here's a clue, he is currently whining in court about rights, that he never gave to his victims.
Adding to tensions, Iran's supreme leader deflated hopes his country would announce a readiness to freeze enrichment when it formally responds to U.N. Security Council demands it do so. On Monday, the eve of the self-imposed Iranian deadline on accepting or refusing such a moratorium, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said that Tehran will continue to pursue the contentious nuclear technology.
Iran's reported defiance was likely to harden Western resolve to punish Tehran if it refuses to compromise on its nuclear ambitions by agreeing to give up uranium enrichment, which can be used to create the fissile core of warheads.
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