Iran's theocratic regime has been racing to build nuclear weapons for several years, according to the IAEA's [International Atomic Energy Agency] Nov. 2011, report.
The international community does not oppose Iran enriching uranium for peaceful purposes, but it unequivocally opposes Iran developing nuclear weapons.
This website provides background about why a nuclear Iran would endanger the region, liberal democracies, and global stability and peace, and about the international community's efforts to stop Iran's nuclear weaponization program.
The need to act is becoming more urgent. Experts, including the U.S. Secretary of Defense, estimated that Iran could develop nuclear bombs by the late spring of 2012 or certainly by January, 2013.
The clock is ticking. We must educate ourselves and others and act before it is too late.