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The clock is ticking …

Posted in Uncategorized by fartashphoto on May 28, 2010

UN report: Iran, Syria receiving North Korea nuclear technology, Report says Pyongyang continue to provide missiles, components to Iran as well as aiding Syria’s nuclear despite UN sanctions.

North Korea is exporting nuclear and ballistic missile technology and using multiple intermediaries, shell companies and overseas criminal networks to circumvent U.N. sanctions, UN experts said in a report obtained by The Associated Press.

The seven-member panel monitoring the implementation of sanctions against North Korea said its research indicates that Pyongyang is involved in banned nuclear and ballistic activities in Iran, Syria and Myanmar. It called for further study of these suspected activities and urged all countries to try to prevent them.

The 47-page report, obtained late Thursday by AP, and a lengthy annex document sanctions violations reported by U.N. member states, including four cases involving arms exports and two seizures of luxury goods by Italy – two yachts and high-end recording and video equipment.

 For more than a decade, Israel and the United States has been concerned that Iran is pursuing a nuclear weapons program through clandestine activities as well as under the guise of peaceful enrichment for civilian nuclear power.

Experts such as David Albright, of the Institute for Science and International Security, have underscored that the timeline for Iran’s acquisition of sufficient HEU to build a nuclear bomb is ominously short—it ranges from only six months to two years. For the delivery technology they’re not going to have any problem because Iran has very active missile and WMD development programs, and is seeking foreign missile, nuclear, chemical, and biological technologies.

 Look at the clock, it’s ticking and the Centrifuges are spinning every second, every minute they’re closer to the breakthrough moment.

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