Former First Deputy of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization, Dr. Sadegh Rabbani, said that “Although these (Israeli) threats (to attack Iran) have somehow been mitigated, Iran must take these threats seriously and work towards clarifying its positions. It must also prove that it is not striving to achieve a nuclear military program… Some believe that Iran’s nuclear program had and continues to have military aspects. The critical point is that the same sources that have discussed the military dimensions of Iran’s nuclear program, i.e. the 16 US intelligence organizations, have stated, since 2003, that there is no intention of military use of the atomic energy in Iran. It must be clarified that Iran is not pursuing military dimensions in its use of nuclear energy.
Source: Iran Daily Brief