D.C.-based NGO claims Iran is capable of building a nuclear bomb in ONE WEEK
By Ethan Huff // Feb 13, 2024

The Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS), a Washington, D.C.-based non-governmental organization (NGO) run by physicist David Albright, has issued a report claiming that Iran is on the verge of producing its first nuclear weapon.

According to Albright, Iran now has enough weapons-grade uranium in its possession to construct an atomic bomb – and is able to do so, he insists, in just one week.

In a month, Iran could produce six nuclear weapons, Albright also claims, arguing that this is likely to occur as the Middle East conflict escalates.

"The volatile situation in the region is providing Iran with a unique opportunity and increased internal justification for building nuclear weapons while the United States and Israel's resources to detect and deter Iran from succeeding are stretched thin," ISIS says.

"Iran's nuclear weapons capabilities are more dangerous than they have ever been, while its relations with the West are at a low point."

(Related: If the U.S. strikes even one target on Iranian soil in retaliation for the three soldier deaths, Iran is promising to strike numerous American targets throughout the Middle East.)

"Extreme danger" from Iranian nukes

Since it first began reporting on the Iranian nuclear program's threat level in October 2022, ISIS has never before issued this kind of warning. This is the "first time," the group says, that the West faces "extreme danger" from Iran's nuclear program.

Last May is when ISIS published its last report about the situation, calculating Iran's total threat score at 140 out of 180. This year, the threat level has reached 151 out of 180.

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Israel's war on Gaza is said to be increasing the likelihood that Iran will race to build a functional nuclear weapon. The United States has also been conducting daily airstrikes on Iranian targets throughout the Middle East, which is also exacerbating the situation.

A broader regional conflict with Iran will likely ensue in the coming days as the Islamic Republic continues, according to report, to make "progress on developing sensitive nuclear capabilities, ... increasing its nuclear weaponization efforts beyond breakout."

ISIS says Iran now has the ability to "break out and produce enough weapon-grade enriched uranium for a nuclear weapon in a week, using only a fraction of its 60 percent enriched uranium."

"This breakout could be difficult for inspectors to detect promptly, if Iran took steps to delay inspectors' access," the group further says.

Under the Biden regime, Iran's 60 percent enriched uranium stockpile is said to have grown substantially. With a remaining allotment of around 20 percent enriched uranium, Iran "could have in total enough weapon-grade uranium for six weapons in one month, and after five months of producing weapon-grade uranium, it could have enough for twelve," ISIS claims.

According to International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) director general Rafael Grossi, Iran continues to block international nuclear inspectors from gaining full access to its enrichment sites. He says Tehran is refusing oversight in an "unprecedented way."

"It's a very frustrating situation," Grossi complained at the recent World Economic Forum (WEF) globalist gathering in Davos. "We continue our activities there, but at a minimum."

Iran's "lack of transparency" surrounding its nuclear enrichment sites prompted the IAEA to increase the threat level of Tehran's nuclear program by two points compared to its assessment from May 2023.

Another concern is that Iran has increased its ability to enrich uranium from very low levels to amounts capable of fueling a nuclear bomb.

"Iran has a capability to produce large amounts of enriched uranium and achieve enrichment levels up to 90 percent, or weapon-grade uranium," ISIS says.

"Iran has ambitious goals to increase its enrichment program, aiming for tens of thousands of advanced centrifuges, producing a range of enrichment levels, and tens of thousands of kilograms of enriched uranium."

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