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Report: IAEA experts visited Syria nuclear site
Roee Nahmias
Published: 30.11.09, 14:41
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1. Of course the photos of the reactor inside
Danny   (11.30.09)
is not proof in the slightest....
2. THAT IS TO SAY -
Arn-Orao. ,   Sweden-Srbia.   (11.30.09)
According to the report, the delegation's members took soil samples from the site to try and locate the origin on the uranium found there. Damascus told the experts that the traces of uranium found at the site were remnants from the Israeli strike in the area. In mid-November, the IAEA inspectors visited a nuclear site in Damascus to examine uranium reside found in the state, and the explanation provided for the residue was unsatisfactory. A UN spokesperson said that the inspectors visited the facility following suspicious findings uncovered during the composition of a secret report. Some analysts have said the findings raise the question of whether Syria used some natural uranium intended for the alleged reactor at Dir a-Zur for tests applicable to learning how to separate out bomb-grade plutonium from spent nuclear fuel. Syria in the past has denied such allegations. Last February, it was reported that UN inspectors discovered traces of uranium and graphite in samples taken from the site Washington says was a secret graphite nuclear reactor. Furthermore the IAEA said that the uranium found at the site is unlikely to have come from Israeli missiles that bombed it. a senior UN official said the discovery of additional uranium traces was a "significant" find, while stressing an IAEA investigation of Syria remained inconclusive. - ISRAEL NOWS THE THRUTH ABOUT IT ALL !!!. Arn-Orao.
3. #2 - What is the purpose
Eyal ,   USA   (11.30.09)
of copying and pasting the above? We already read the above? Is this in case someone missed something? nows is spelled with a "K" in the beginning (knows). It doesn't matter if Israel knows it all, it's the IAEA who has to know it all, so they can punish Syria.
4. #1 - You're mistaken, the photo isn't proof of a nuke faciit
William ,   Israel   (11.30.09)
This is just a baby food factory and orphan hotel. Didn't you know that's the architecture for such facilities in the Arab world? The fact that it looks, smells, and works like a nuke facility is completely coincidental. ;-)
5. TALKBACK NUMBER 3.
Arn-Orao. ,   Sweden-Srbia.   (11.30.09)
I DO NOT THINK IAEA WILL PUNISH SYRIA, AND I DID NOT WRITE TO THEM EITHER. AND I DO NOT THINK EITHER YOU OR OTHER READERS KNOWS IT. TO KNOW OR BELIEVE IS NOT THE SAME THING. THANK YOU FOR YOUR POINTING OUT MY SPELLING MISSTAKE, BUT IT SEEMS TO ME YOU ARE KICKING IN OPEN DOORS. BY THE WAY, DO YOU REALY THINK THAT EVERYBODY IS AS INTELLIGEN OR SMART AS YOU, NOT MISSING SOMEHING ???. AND FURTHER - I AM NOT INTERESTED IN EVENTUAL ANSWERS. Arn-Orao.
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