Iran’s Nuclear Breakout Time: 7 to 8 Months

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iaea-iranThe breakout time for 6,500 centrifuges with 3.5% enriched UF6 will be between seven and eight months – less than the goals set by the U.S. administration.

Iran’s nuclear infrastructure is much larger than what it actually needs. Therefore, a monitoring scheme that is merely “good enough” will not guarantee success in preventing Iran from breaking out and achieving a nuclear weapons capability. Read more at the Washington Institute.

{Matzav.com}

2 COMMENTS

  1. Iran has vowed to destroy Israel, and now they have nuclear power.
    Anyone who claims its for energy only, is kidding themselves. Since when is Iran known for leading the world in energy.

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