Iran’s “Islamic Bomb” May Already Exist
(RightWing.org) – President Joe Biden is still struggling to resurrect the nuclear deal he negotiated with Iran in 2015. Still, experts are now warning that Iran has never stopped weapons research and could already have an arsenal of nuclear warheads.
Officially, the US believes Iran doesn’t have either nuclear weapons or a missile capable of reaching us — but some respected US and Israeli analysts disagree with this assessment. As long ago as 2015, a group of former national security officials said, “Iran should be regarded… as a nuclear missile state.”
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— Dr. Sherifa Zuhur (@SherifaZuhur) May 5, 2022
Experts, including former CIA Director R. James Woolsey, former Reagan scientific advisor Dr. William R. Graham, former National Intelligence Council boss Fritz Ermarth and strategic expert Ambassador Henry Cooper, are now saying Iran has all the components needed to build nuclear warheads — and that it just has to assemble them “like a tinker toy.”
Retired US Army General Paul E. Vallely recently told journalists Iran already has nuclear weapons, and Russia and North Korea have tested components for them. CIA agent Reza Kahlili, who penetrated Iran’s secretive Revolutionary Guard, the force operating Iran’s missiles, backs up Vallely’s claims.
So far, it doesn’t appear that Iran has any missiles with a range of more than 1,200 miles, which is enough to reach Israel but not the US. Yet, last year, Woolsey, Graham, Cooper, and Ermarth warned Iran could already use a nuclear-armed satellite to launch an EMP attack on the US, crippling our electrical grid. They also said Iran “probably has nuclear warheads” that it could mount on its Shahab-3 intermediate-range ballistic missiles, which can hit Israel. Security expert Dr. Peter Vincent Pry says this could be a bigger intelligence failure than Pearl Harbor or 9/11. It’s time we took another, much closer look at what Iran is doing.
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