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NAM Summit Backs Iran's Right To Nuclear Power

The Non-Aligned Summit ended with a declaration backing Iran's right to nuclear power.The Non-Aligned Summit ended with a declaration backing Iran's right to nuclear power.
The Non-Aligned Summit ended with a declaration backing Iran's right to nuclear power.
The Non-Aligned Summit ended with a declaration backing Iran's right to nuclear power.
The 120-nation Non-Aligned Movement has wrapped up its summit in Tehran with a declaration supporting Iran's right to the peaceful use of nuclear power. 

The statement comes a day after the UN's nuclear watchdog accused Iran of blocking a probe of a military site southeast of Tehran, Parchin, suspected of being used for nuclear-related explosive tests. 

Earlier, Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said emerging nations have a greater right than the West or United Nations to resolve Syria's escalating civil war. 

Many NAM nations, especially the Sunni Muslim ones, however, are sympathetic or back the rebels. 

On August 30, Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi told the summit that Assad's "oppressive" regime had lost its legitimacy and that the world needed to back the rebels.

Meanwhile, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has defended his decision to attend the NAM summit in Tehran, saying he used the occasion to press Iran on human rights and greater transparency regarding its nuclear program.

Based on AFP and Reuters reporting
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by: Muslim from: World
September 01, 2012 14:04
Ban disgraced himself and exposed the UN as a US institution.

Major victory for IRI and a humiliation to the isolated US.
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by: Jack from: US
September 01, 2012 20:22
US is biggest sponsor of terrorism!!
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by: William from: Aragon
September 01, 2012 22:13
Salaam Muslim.
Indeed, and readers should take a good look at the history and formation of the International Atomic Energy Commission, why it was formed, who controls it, and how it later associated itself with the UN to become "the UN's nuclear watchdog".

by: Bill Webb from: Phoenix Arizona USA
September 01, 2012 20:42
Iran needs 190 kg of highly enriched uranium for its medical research reactor.........and the cow jumped over the moon.
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by: Global citizen from: Korea
September 03, 2012 01:03
Does't matter, you gatta address the double standards of your world before you start chastising others. When you continue to help India who is a non signatory of Non-proliforaton treaty to continue to boost their military nuclear programe, when Israel who has fought numerous wars of aggression and expansion have tons of stockpiles of nuclear missiles, your deragatory comments have no effect. The entire UN nuclear watchdog is nothing other than a politicized oufit under control of Israel and US as mentioned by both ElBeradie and Scott Ritter in their very well written books. Infact thats why Elberadie lost his post as he was unwilling to perpetuate the lies of P5 about Iran's nuclear activities.

by: Eugenio from: Vienna
September 02, 2012 06:21
German media is reporting that during the Summit Iran signed a technical cooperation agreement with the DPRK which, according to this media, is supposed to intensify the exchange between the two states in the fields of ballistic and nuclear technology.
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by: Eugenio from: Vienna
September 02, 2012 18:57
thanks for the link, Konstantin. While US is talking, Kim Jing II is launching and testing :)))

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