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  • The Scriptorium

    11/21/2005

    Iran votes to block inspections

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 3:15 pm

    It’s deja’ vu all over again. I seem to remember another dictator refusing to let inspectors into his country while he worked feverishly on a nuclear weapons program. In this case, however, I fear that if we wait for 12 U.N. resolutions and years of pointless debate in the U.N., a response to the threat will come too late. We can always hope Israel will do what our leaders no long have the backbone to do. It’s mind boggling that we continue to depend on a global body that is rabidly anti-American and anti-Israel for our security in these situations.

    Parliament approved a bill Sunday requiring the government to block international inspections of its atomic facilities if the U.N. nuclear monitoring agency refers Iran to the Security Council for possible sanctions.

    The bill was approved by 183 of the 197 lawmakers present at the session, which was broadcast live on state-run radio. The vote came four days before the International Atomic Energy Agency board meets to consider referring Tehran for violating a nuclear arms control treaty.

    When the bill becomes law, as is expected, it will strengthen the government’s hand in resisting international pressure to abandon uranium enrichment, a process that can be used to produce fuel for nuclear reactors or an atomic bomb.

    One Response to “Iran votes to block inspections”

    1. Ben Rast Says:

      It’s time for our beloved United Nations to send a strongly worded memo to Iran. And when that fails to work, they can vote for sanctions… against Israel for making Iran do this.

      /sarc