General Aharon Zaifi Farkesh, the head of Israeli Military Intelligence, said: "Iran has tried to develop
According to Al-Hayat, General Aharon Zaifi Farkesh, the head of Israeli Military Intelligence, said: "Iran has tried to develop its nuclear programs in Military and non-military ways and it's now trying to hide them from international Communities because of their strategic importance. Zaifi said it's barely possible that Iran may withdraw from it's nuclear technology. The Terrorist Organization of Mojahedin-e Khalq also issued a statement, saying: "Iran is playing game with international communities on its nuclear case so that to kill the time. The authorities of this regime, who see their survival in achieving to the nuclear power, want to buy time by deceiving and bringing division in the International Community." Farkesh said: "Intl. Community's efforts to control Iran's plans are not enough." He also warned that international community should stop Iran right now, since if it achieves nuclear technology no political solution will be influential. According to AFP, Ariel Sharon, Zionist Regime's Premiere, asked the European representatives to put pressure on Iran and accused Iran as the most important threat for the Zionist regime adding that Iran is trying to get to nuclear weapons. Mojahedin also have announced in its statement that the only way to stop Mullahs from getting nuclear bomb is to take the case to UN security council and take severe measures against Iran.

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