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    Friday, March 31, 2006

    Iranian missile test is bad news

    Stardate 5543.2

    For a country that is actively seeking materials for what they claim is purely nuclear energy but stands defiant against most of the world's demands to cease enrichment to announce the launch of a new "stealth" missile, it can only be bad news. Apparently, Iran has successfully fired a new missile that can avoid radar, other anti-missile defenses and can hit multiple targets at once.

    This news comes amid large scale military maneuvers in the Persian Gulf. They currently possess the Shahab-3 missile, which has a range of 1250 miles and is nuclear capable.

    I have already said that Iran should submit to the United Nations and EU on the issue of enrichment, especially if they are sincere about desiring the materials purely for energy purposes. There is no other way to prove this, except submission, and so far, there is no compliance.

    A stealth missile that could realistically carry a nuke is a very scary possibility.

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