Azerbaijan, Baku / Тrend corr D. Khatinoglu / Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad stated that Iranian nuclear stations have 3,000 active centrifuges, and the statement again alarmed the world's community. "Iranian President impedes prevention of war," Isa Saharkhiz, an Iranian political scientist, said.
Iran set up 3,000 active centrifuges in its nuclear station in Natanz and continues developing its nuclear plans, Ahmadinejad said during his visit to Khorasan on 8 November. "We do not recognize the resolutions passed by the UN Security Council against Iran. We try to set up 54,000 active centrifuges in our nuclear stations," IRNA news agency quoted Iran.
With 3,000 centrifuges Iran can create a nuclear bomb within a year, nuclear experts say.
" Iran's current freeing policy fell short," Saharkhiz said to Trend from Teheran on 9 November. "The number of Iran's enemies is expanding every day. Iranian representatives are pursued by police and Interpol. Resolutions are passed against Iran. And the country is on the verge of isolation. The official Teheran is in diplomatic relations and makes mistakes. That undermines its international image. Official Teheran could diplomatically evade accusations of the explosion committed in Argentine 13 years ago. Hence, the world will never believe its single world," Saharkhiz said.
Interpol put for search 5 Iranian officials on the accusations of organization an explosion in Argentine on 7 November 1994. The accident killed 85 Jews.
According to Saharkhiz, many Iranian political figures and experts have repeatedly spoken of the threat Teheran's position represents for the West. "That will result in more serious sanctions against Iran, and even war is possible," he said.
Israel considers Iran's 3,000 active centrifuges to be a serious threat. Therefore, it is not ruled out that in near future Israeli missiles will target Iran's nuclear stations, The Times reported on 8 November. "Though a war is unlikely to begin, the issue is still open. Iran gave enough grounds to Western countries and a war may begin at any time," Saharkhiz said.
Political scientist Omid Arab accused the West of the strained situation and said that the IAEA confirmed Iranian nuclear program's peaceful intensions, so the position of several European countries, as well as that of the United States, is wrong. Until the West occupies a neutral position with respect to Iran, the conflict will remain unresolved. "Diplomatic choice and the policy pursued by the official Teheran are normal and natural," Arab said.