Senior staff members of the United Nations nuclear agency have concluded in a confidential analysis that Iran has acquired “sufficient information to be able to design and produce a workable” atom bomb.
The report by experts in the International Atomic Energy Agency stresses in its introduction that its conclusions are tentative and subject to further confirmation of the evidence, which it says came from intelligence agencies and its own investigations.
Notice that this is not sourced at all, in terms of naming who actually wrote this report.
Secondly, every IAEA report on the Iranian power plant states that no nuclear material has gone missing, nor has the level of enrichment gone anywhere beyond that which is needed to fuel power a power plant. The level for weapons-grade enrichment is far higher than that.
It is obvious that some folks in certain capitals of the world are very upset that it appears that Iran and the West may be on a a course toward a restructuring of Iran's nuclear enrichment program where Iran gets its the enrichment it needs, and the West can breathe easy about Iran's nuclear ambitions.
My goodness, now; just who would be profoundly unhappy over this?!?
Take three guesses, and the first two don't count!