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Western Powers Fume Over Iran's Nuclear Progress

  

The world expected a change in US attitude after dropping  the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki more than 60 years ago: Boroujerdi.

 

April 11, 2010 (Hamsayeh.Net) - A high-ranking Iranian parliamentarian blasted Obama for threatening Iran. Head of Majlis national security and foreign policy commission Allaedin Boroujerdi said the United States is clearly fuming over Tehranís achievements in nuclear science and other fields.

 

On Saturday Boroujerdi spoke to reporters following his meeting with the Armenian Archbishop Sebouh Sarkyssian at a church in Tehran. He said the West better soon understand the changes that have taken place in Iran and start a constructive approach instead of a confrontational one.

 

The United States and its few allies have experienced a series of setbacks over their plans to isolate Iran in recent weeks. Beginning in April the United States was saying the whole world is united to impose sanctions on Iran. But later on other world powers had once again rebuffed Washington over the sanctions following the group of six meeting in London on Friday.

 

Boroujerdi said the Western powers should stop monopolizing science and realize that the world has changed. Responding to the US Presidentís speaking of a nuclear attack against Iran, Boroujerdi hoped the US President would revise his literature and added, Ď the world expected a change in US attitude after dropping the atomic  bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki more than 60 years ago.í

 

United States is the only country in history that has dropped atomic bombs against other countries. From a military point of view, it was absolutely unnecessary to use nuclear bombs over Japan, as the weakened country was about to surrender following Germany's defeat in Europe. The late US president Harry S. Truman had ordered the nuclear strikes simply to tell the world that the US was in possession of this deadly weapon.

 

 

 

 

From a military point of view, it was absolutely unnecessary to use nuclear

bombs over Japan, as the weakened

country was about to surrender

following Germany's in Europe.

 

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