(Reuters) - Iran admitted Monday that its controversial uranium enrichment centrifuges had been affected by a malicious computer virus, as reported by Western diplomats last week.In that case, what's the point of resuming "talks" which may or may not be "colored" by the pro-active actions of those who have presumed to derail the non-negotiability of its "power" grab. (A-jad enriching uranium "purely for power generation"? Riiiight. Just like Hitler was supposedly sending Jews "east" for resettlement.)
Hours earlier, car bombs killed a top Iranian nuclear scientist in Tehran and wounded another.
Both events may color a resumption of talks on nuclear issues next week with the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council and Germany.
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told a news conference Iran would attend the talks on December 5, but restated its position that its uranium enrichment program, which it says is purely for power generation, was not negotiable...
Monday, November 29, 2010
Hardly 'Malicious'. Self-Defensive, More Like
Someone--I can't possibly imagine who--has taken it upon him/herself to mess with Iran's nuclear capabilities: