Iran rejected the U.S. Declaration as a Nuclear State

President Ahmadinejad at the center of mass during the 31st celebration of the Islamic revolution of Iran, Thursday. Yesterday, Iran declared as a nuclear state


WASHINGTON, - the White House really be "itchy" by Iran. Declaration as a nuclear state that President Ahmadinejad voiced in commemoration of the 31 Islamic Revolution in Tehran, yesterday, actually making America's ears hot.

Criticism flowed freely. They no longer see Iran develop nuclear solely for peaceful purposes, but politically motivated. Moreover, Iran's domestic situation was now too hot.

A group of Republican senators also introduced a bill that aims to provide open support for the demonstrators from the anti-American in Tehran. They see that Iran is a country hungry for freedom and America has an obligation to support them.

"What did they do it based on politics, not physics," Kecam Robert Gibbs, a spokesman for the presidency.

"Nuclear program has undergone a series of problems throughout the year. Disampikan Much of what President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was not true," he said.

"We do not believe that they have the ability to enrich to the level urainum which they had been promoted gembar," Gibbs said.

Proclaimed a case before, Ahmadinejad announced that Iran had produced a "first stock" of 20 percent enriched uranium. Iran also boasted it could enrich uranium to 80 percent, but it was not going to do.

Gibbs set aside new questions about China that was clearly opposed new sanctions against Iran because of refusing international agreements. "China has and will continue to play a constructive role. We believe it and I think they believe that their interests are not to follow the arms race in the world," said Gibbs.

"This is clearly not in their interests economically following the arms race in the Middle East."

China is an important member of the group of six countries that consider tougher sanctions against Iran at the UN Security Council. Washington has praised Russia for its support of open.

Washington announced a set of tougher sanctions target Iran's Revolutionary Guards punished. While the Iranian government is still faced with the protests in the streets. Washington has repeatedly made requests to Tehran's security forces to avoid violence.

A spokesman for Foreign Affairs Department, Philip Crowley, also criticized the blocking Internet and telephone networks.

Meanwhile, Republican Senator John Cornyn and Sam Brownback introduced legislation that would give the green light non-military assistance to opposition groups and Iranian humanitarian aid to "victims of the current regime".