ElBaradei: Iran doesn't pose an immediate threat

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 31, 2006 04:12

IAEA head Mohammed ElBaradei said Wednesday morning that Iran "doesn't pose an immediate threat to the world," Army Radio reported. ElBaradei added that it was incumbent upon the international community to act cautiously in the escalating crisis surrounding Iran's nuclear enrichment program, so that the "mistakes made in Iraq and North Korea won't be repeated."


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