Fereidoun Abbasi Davani, Iran's vice president and head of the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization, delivers a speech to an International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) meeting in Vienna, Austria on September 17, 2012, saying 'terrorists and saboteurs' might have infiltrated the agency in an effort to derail his nation's atomic program. (AP Photo/Ronald Zak)
On Meet the Press on Sunday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Iran is six to seven months from having a nuclear weapons capability. But the American Enterprise Institute thinks it will be much sooner. The think tank’s new report estimates Iran could have a nuclear bomb in as little as three weeks. Also alarming is the report's strong evidence that the bombs being developed may be tucked away in the heavily fortified Fordow facility, beyond the reach of American or airstrikes. It is clear from the report that time is running out to stop Iran. And more quickly than was previously thought.
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