U.S. military officials said the United States to attack Iran to stop its nuclear program to obtain
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BEIJING, Aug. 2, according to U.S. media reports, the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen 1, said U.S. attacks Iran to prevent it from acquiring nuclear weapons program.
Mullen has said that a military attack on Iran would bring unexpected consequences. 1, but he told NBC interview, said the danger of Iran developing nuclear weapons is unacceptable.
Mullen said the United States to take military action to curb Iran’s nuclear weapons program plan has always existed, now it is “put on the table,” one of the options. However, he hoped the situation will not upgrade to a degree.
Iran says its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes, but Western countries suspect Tehran is seeking nuclear weapons.