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March 5, 2015 12:36 pm

Iranian FM Zarif Claims ‘We Don’t Want to Build Nuclear Weapons’

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Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif insisted that the Islamic Republic does not want to build nuclear weapons. Photo: Wikipedia.

NBC News – Iran has no intention of building a nuclear weapon, and the sooner the world recognizes that, the sooner there will be a deal aimed at curbing its nuclear capabilities in exchange for the lifting of crippling economic sanctions, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told NBC News.

“Iran is not about building nuclear weapons,” Zarif said in an exclusive interview with Ann Curry Wednesday. “We don’t want to build nuclear weapons, we don’t believe nuclear weapons bring security to anybody, certainly not to us.”

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  • steve

    Lying scumbag

  • judorebbe

    Google the term “taqiyya” (sacred deception).

  • Jeff Sims

    If that is true why can’t they accept the ability to get all the fuel they need for civilian nuclear power plants as other countries do.

    This way the get want they need….unlimited amount of fuel with no chance of weaponizing and the world gets what they want….iron clad prrof that there is no chance Iran can weaponize a bomb.

    Explain the need to really have tons of high efficiency centrifuges in secret which are not required for civilian use. Sticking to ‘we have the right’ is not a valid position.

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