Iran Says Nuke Bomb Is in Contradiction With Sharia Law

Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki announced today of the Iranian intent in completing its blessed and peaceful nuclear program. He also talked about the conflict of Sharia law with blessed nuke bombs.
IRNA reported:

Brushing aside the US allegation about Iranian nuclear program, Mottaki said that every individual from 70-million Iranian population is stronger than an atomic bomb, adding that if the atomic bomb were effective it would have prevented collapse of the former Soviet Union.

Underlining the futility of nuclear arms, he said that the US, possessing the highest number of atomic bombs has been dragged into a quagmire.

“The atomic bomb is in contradiction with the Islamic Sharia law.

Iran also blasted the Bush Administration today.
Fars News reported:

Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki here Tuesday described the US administration as a great source of disrepute for the American nation.

Mottaki noted the US invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan and its so-called pro-democracy plans for Palestine and Lebanon, and said, “They have been defeated in practicing their policies and plans. Today, the US politicians, elites and a majority of their congressmen and house representatives agree that the Iraq policy of the White House has come to failure.”

“No government has ever been as much a source of disrepute for the American nation as the Bush administration is,” he said.

Meanwhile… President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said today that the Iranian nation is of a great civilization with a clear message for salvation of humanity –Irna.

Iran also admitted it has 15 tons of heavy water reserves in its nuclear plant in the central city of Arak.

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