The West says Iran's nuclear programme is aimed at building a bomb. Tehran says it has the right to peaceful nuclear power. Why would an oil rich country like Iran want or need nuclear power? Iran's state television network says that Iran has proof that the CIA was involved in the killing of their top nuclear scientist 32-year-old Mostafa Ahmadi-Roshan.
"We have reliable documents and evidence that this terrorist act was planned, guided and supported by the CIA," the Iranian foreign ministry said in a letter handed to the Swiss ambassador in Tehran, state TV reported. The Swiss embassy represents U.S. interests in a country where Washington has no diplomatic ties.
The CIA does not conduct terrorist acts, they conduct covert military actions that eliminate threats to the safety, freedom, and rights of the people of the United States and her Allys.
Iran just recently condemned an American to death for spying for the CIA. They plan to block oil shipments through the Gulf.
It seems that if there is any crap involved they run to get a stick in which to stir it.
The spokesman for Iran's Joint Armed Forces Staff, Massoud Jazayeri, said: "Our enemies, especially America , Britain and the Zionist regime (Israel), have to be held responsible for their actions."
This goes both ways; Iran needs to re-evaluate their position on the world stage.
The United States and Israel have not ruled out military action if diplomacy fails to resolve the nuclear dispute.
Iran says it would retaliate if attacked.
Personally, I think Iran should take a good look at their neighbors on both sides of them. This is what could happen to them if they cause any conflict.