With talks in Geneva completing its first day, there is much discussions about the Iranian nuclear program. The Iranian theocracy has reportedly agreed to let inspectors from the international community check out its former secret enrichment facility in Qom. However, it looks like that facility may be just one of many. Iran’s head of atomic energy made a statement that took some by surprise:
On Monday evening, the chief of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization, Ali Akbar Salehi, told Iranian state television that he and his colleagues were “working out a timetable for the inspection” of the just revealed nuclear site outside the holy city of Qum. Then Mr. Salehi said he was preparing a letter for international inspectors in Vienna “about the location of the facility,” adding, cryptically, “and others.”
It is likely that Iran is constructing or has completed other sites for its clandestine nuclear research. If these facilities go online, it makes the Iranian bomb an even greater possibility.