Talk:ElBaradei says no 'concrete evidence' of Iranian nuclear weapons program
It should be noted that this person also said: "What we have seen in the past that certain procurements that have not been reported to us, certain experiments. And that's where we are working now with Iran to clarify the past and the present, but I have not received any information that there is a complete active nuclear weapon program going on right now." This doesn't mean that they aren't working on a weapons program. Just because they don't have evidence of one doesn't mean that they don't have one, and this should be represented in the article as not to make people think that it is proven that Iran isn't making nukes, because it isn't proven. Contralya 03:30, 29 October 2007 (UTC)
- The article isn't reporting on whether Iran has a nuclear weapons programme or not, it's reporting on the fact that this one man has said that he has seen no concrete evidence of such a programme. Him being the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency makes no difference to that. The article does not say Iran doesn't have a weapons programme, just like it doesn't say it does. Indeed, he even says he believes Iran might have the intention of making a weapon, it's not as if he's come right out and said "they are never going to try to make a weapon, secretly or otherwise". And to use your argument, it isn't proven that they are making nuclear weapons either. --22.214.171.124 20:32, 29 October 2007 (UTC).