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Twice In the past four days Iran has thumbed its nose to President Obama and the international community’s effort to prevent the terrorist regime from developing nuclear weapons.

Documents uncovered a few days ago show Iran is working on a neutron initiator, a key component of a nuclear bomb.  that There is no peaceful purpose for the initiator.

Today Iran fired its most sophisticated missile a high-speed surface-to-surface Sajjil-2 missile (sajjil means baked clay).

Iran announced Wednesday it has successfully test fired an upgraded version of its longest-range, solid-fuel missile which it said is faster and harder to shoot down.


State television broke the news in a one-sentence report accompanied by a brief clip of the test.


Defense Minister Gen. Ahmad Vahidi later spoke on television, describing the Sajjil-2 as a high-speed, surface-to-surface missile that would serve as a “strong deterrent” against any possible foreign attack.

“Given its high speed,” he said, “it is impossible to destroy the missile with anti-missile systems because of its radar-evading ability.”

The Sajjil-2 is a two-stage missile with a range of about 1,200 miles. That range places Israel, Iran’s sworn enemy, well within reach and reaches as far away as southeastern Europe with greater precision than earlier models.

It is Iran’s most advanced two-stage missile and is powered entirely by solid-fuel while the older, long-range Shahab-3 missile uses a combination of solid and liquid fuel in its most advanced form.

“Given its high speed,” he said, “it is impossible to destroy the missile with anti-missile systems because of its radar-evading ability.”

The Sajjil-2 is a two-stage missile with a range of about 1,200 miles. That range places Israel, Iran’s sworn enemy, well within reach and reaches as far away as southeastern Europe with greater precision than earlier models.

It is Iran’s most advanced two-stage missile and is powered entirely by solid-fuel while the older, long-range Shahab-3 missile uses a combination of solid and liquid fuel in its most advanced form.

The name “Sajjil” means “baked clay,” a reference to a story in the Koran, Islam’s holy book, in which birds sent by God drive off an enemy army attacking the holy city of Mecca by pelting them with stones of baked clay.

Baked Clay or Baked Earth? All the evidence points to the fact that Iran is building a bomb (see video)  and the US is getting snookered. And through our appeasement, Iran is getting closer and closer to a nuclear weapon.

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