IAEA inspectors will have a look at the Qom enrichment site this weekend. Good. The surrepticious construction of this site badly undermined the position of those in the West who wish to find some way other than war to deal with Iran's nuclear program. The site is the wrong size to be useful in enriching fuel for an electricity program. It was hardened and placed inside a defended military base of the IRGC. The simplest explanation for all that is that it part of a system for acquisition of weapons grade uranium.
At the same time the Iranian government seems to be struggling with an internal decision as to whether or not to ship its present stock of low enrichment uranium to some foreign country for fabrication into fuel rods for electric plants. Why is there an internal struggle? Is it because there are two parties; 1- The party that wants eventually to produce nuclear weapons and 2- The party that wants cheap electric power and better relations with the rest of the world (us).
The clock is running. All options are still on the table. This is not about justice. It is about life and death for many. pl