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Friday, October 25, 2013

New report says Iran can have nuclear bomb in a month

Prophecy Sign:  The coming prophetic Middle-East Wars - Iran, (Persia - Ezekiel 38/39)

How long before we turn on the news and see all channels tuned into the events transpiring over the skies of Iran?  With reports indicating that Iran may be only a month away from acquiring a nuclear bomb, and that Iran will not cave to Western demands to reign in its nuclear program, Israel may be close to finally deciding to make its move.  Reports indicate that move will be within the coming year.

Should Israel launch an attack on Iran, any number of scenarios could be the result;  Terror cells unleashed by Iran in the Western world, (primarily America); Iran unleashes its' proxies in another Arab/Israel war, (Psalm 83);  Oil prices skyrocket causing major damage to the global economy.  Very scary stuff, but if we are as close to the end of things as we think we are, then it should be expected that major events will occur to move the world towards the start of the Tribulation.  We pray that all of our readers are secure in the knowledge that they are safely in the hands of God and that their salvation has been bought and paid for by Jesus Christ.  Are you ready? Look up, for your redemption draws very near.

New report says Iran can have nuclear bomb in a month
Iran can enrich enough weapons-grade uranium for a single nuclear bomb in about a month, according to an estimate by a nuclear non-proliferation think tank released late Wednesday. The report, by the Washington-based Institute for Science and International Security, claims Iran has significantly shortened the time needed to “break out” to a nuclear bomb with the installation of new centrifuges in the Fordo and Natanz plants, and advanced IR-2 machines at Natanz.
According to ISIS, which has tracked Iran’s nuclear program for several years, Tehran could have enough uranium for a nuclear bomb in 1–1.6 months by converting all of its 20-percent enriched stockpile. Using only 3.5% enriched uranium, Iran could have four nuclear bombs in about two months, the group estimates. Using new IR-2 centrifuges, which are currently being installed in Natanz, the time could be shortened to just a week or two, according to the study.

Report: Iran may be month from a bomb
Iran could produce enough weapons-grade uranium to build a nuclear bomb in as little as a month, according to a new estimate by one of the USA's top nuclear experts. The new assessment comes as the White House invited Senate staffers to a briefing on negotiations with Iran as it is trying to persuade Congress not to go ahead with a bill to stiffen sanctions against Iran. "Shortening breakout times have implications for any negotiation with Iran," stated the report by the Institute for Science and International Security. "An essential finding is that they are currently too short and shortening further."

US could accept Israeli strike on Iran soon, says former IDF intel chief
In a probing interview with the New Republic published on Wednesday, former IDF intelligence chief Amos Yadlin made his assessment clear: the coming year would be the year of decision for Israel on Iran. The next several months, he said, would provide the last opportunity for Israel to confidently and effectively strike the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program, if that’s what it chooses to do. Yadlin, now the director of the Tel Aviv-based Institute of National Security Studies, was careful not to advocate for an attack in the interview entitled “Israel Doesn’t Need America on D-Day,” and he made clear that Israel also has the option in the coming months to decide to leave the Iranian issue to the Obama administration, or, alternatively, Jerusalem could decide to live with a nuclear-capable Iran.

Iranian Military Leader Says Country Will Not Give Ground in Nuke Talks
A senior Iranian military leader said on Tuesday that Iran will not acquiesce to Western nuclear negotiators and that the regime is “more distrustful than ever” of the United States, according to state-run media reports. Western media outlets reported last week that nuclear talks between Iran and the West had ended on an “upbeat” note, with negotiators on both sides giving ground in a bid to reach a final deal. However, Iranian Armed Forces Brig. Gen. Massoud Jazayeri dismissed these reports on Tuesday, stating that Iran will not be “blackmailed by the cruel West” and that the regime remains committed to pursuing its nuclear endeavors.

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