Iranian MP: 'Nuclear weapons have no place in Iran's strategy'

World powers jumped into action when Iran began a homegrown nuclear programme. But Naghavi Hosseini, an Iranian MP, has told Al Jazeera that the international panic about building nuclear weapons was based on a myth.

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    Once a country has learned how to enrich uranium, experts say it doesn’t take much more to turn a civilian nuclear energy program into a military one.

    World powers jumped into action when Iran began a homegrown nuclear programme.

    But Naghavi Hosseini, an Iranian MP, has told Al Jazeera that the international panic about building nuclear weapons was based on a myth.

    Al Jazeera's Zein Basravi reports from Tehran.


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