Last month the group Just Foreign Policy alerted readers to a Washington Post feature that was headlined "Iran's Quest to Possess Nuclear Weapons."
the IAEA report does not say Iran has a bomb, nor does it say it is building one, only that its multiyear effort pursuing nuclear technology is sophisticated and broad enough that it could be consistent with building a bomb.
Pexton added that Just Foreign Policy's Robert Naiman "and his Web army were right. The headline and subhead were misleading."
At the Post's editorial page, these facts apparently don't matter. Their editorial today (1/11/12) about Iran sanctions closes with this:
Iran may be feeling some economic pain, and it may be isolated. But its drive for nuclear weapons continues.
How many "Web armies" will it take for the editorial page to get the facts right?