Iran accuses Israel of psych warfare

Aug. 30, 2009 at 10:29 AM

TEHRAN, Aug. 30 (UPI) -- An Iranian official Sunday accused Israel of using psychological warfare to force Iran to halt its uranium enrichment programs, authorities said.

That warfare includes Israel's assertion the International Atomic Energy Agency is hiding evidence of an Iranian military nuclear program, Amir Mousavi, a top Iranian affairs analyst said in an interview in Tehran with Israel Radio.

Iran's nuclear intentions are peaceful, Mousavi said, noting Iran will have10,000 nuclear centrifuges in operation within two months.

Mousavi said Iran is prepared to talk with the West about the nuclear programs but will demand Israel's nuclear stockpile be placed under international supervision, The Jerusalem Post reported Sunday.

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