Cause for Concern?
It's obvious that Ahmedinejad is not one to be trusted with a Nuclear weapon. His many statements over the past several months are testament to that. However, I don't think that, at this point, the reactors opening represent any threat. The reason I say this, is because it appears as though Iran plans to use unenriched Uranium with Heavy Water to run the power plant. This means that, in theory, there will be no Enriched Uranium, which is required for a weapon. However, the process of producing heavy water requires the use of plutonium...which can later be enriched. Obviously, the need for inspectors (other than Hans) is profound.
"There is no discussion of nuclear weapons," he said. "We are not a threat to anybody even the Zionist regime, which is a definite enemy for the people of the region."This, the same weekend that the Holocaust cartoon contest opens.