Less evil than first thought

The reality:

Even if Iran were to withdraw from the non-proliferation treaty today, the likelihood of the Islamic Republic assembling even a single nuclear weapon in the near future is low, director-general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Mohammed ElBaradei, said on Monday.

“They do not have even the nuclear material, the raw unenriched uranium to develop one nuclear weapon if they decide to do so,” ElBaradei told the Associated Press.

The paranoia:

Has the symbol of peace joined the efforts against Iran’s nuclear program? Iranian media reported on Monday that security forces had seized two ‘spy pigeons’ near the uranium enrichment facility in Natanz and a second location.