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Producing Nuke Gas
Well, there are some diplomats out there who say that
Alireza Jafarzadeh: Thank you Rick. Good to see you.
Rick Folbaum: Weíve got some maps that show some facilities. Letís put the maps up and tell us what you see when you take a look at these images.
Alireza Jafarzadeh: Well, the image you see now is
the site known as Lavizan that as you can see in the three pictures you see the
buildings have been raised a few months after the first picture was taken. This
is a site that used to hold a number of nuclear related facilities and
Rick Folbaum: Well, weíve got this deal that goes
into effect on Monday. I wonder what you think about it because
Alireza Jafarzadeh: Well, they havenít in the past,
and I donít see why they would keep that promise in the future. They made
pretty much a similar promise last year --exactly one year ago. Only a few
months later, they broke that entirely. In this period, in the one year period
they bought, they further developed their nuclear weapons program. They opened
a new site in
I think the international community has to get serious.
Enough is enough.
Rick Folbaum: I wanted to ask you about those pro
democracy Iranians both inside and outside of the country, dissidents who are
trying to sway public opinion here in the
Alireza Jafarzadeh: I think they are making lots of headways, but the problem has been, Rick, the international community has always been helping in effect the Iranian regime, harming the opposition, creating all kinds of obstacles to them. Not only they didnít help the opposition but also they tried to hamper their efforts by calling them terrorists, making it illegal for people to help them. This is not the way to help change a regime which is repressive which is pursuing a nuclear weapons program. I think itís now time to shift that.
Rick Folbaum: Alireza, we only have a few seconds
Alireza Jafarzadeh: I doubt Rick,
this might sound like a band aide solution. But this problem is far more
serious than just sending planes and bombing a few places. After all, you donít
know the entire nuclear weapons program of the Iranian regime. So I think the real
solution is to further tighten political screws on
Rick Folbaum: Alireza Jafarzedeh, itís always good to talk to you. Fox News Foreign Affairs Analyst. Thanks very much.
Alireza Jafarzadeh: Always a pleasure, Rick.