Monday, February 20, 2012

Parisa Hafezi continues to self-censor; the truth continues to suffer

In a piece about inspectors from the United Nations IAEA arriving in Iran to try, yet again, to obtain cooperation for their investigation into the country's nuclear weapons program -- er, sorry -- disputed medical isotopes program, Reuters correspondent Parisa Hafezi ties herself into knots to avoid stating the obvious:
Iran says its nuclear program is entirely peaceful but its refusal to curb uranium enrichment, which can have both civilian and military ends, while shifting a key part of it to a remote mountain bunker protected from air strikes and continuing to restrict IAEA access, has raised concerns.
As everyone knows, medical isotope programs are routinely moved to mountain bunkers to protect them from air strikes.

Nothing to see here; move along.

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