The reactor was the first foundation-stone in Iran's nuclear programme. It was constructed back in the 1950s.
By now, you have probably guessed who built it. That is right - the Americans. They even gave the Iranians some highly-enriched uranium to experiment with as well.
Arguing for Iran's right to peaceful nuclear energy while mocking the idea in the 1950's.
A great argument against pure democracy in theocratic, millenarian Iran:
Whether the West likes it or not, it has become an issue of national pride, which is why there is not much audible dissent across the normally fractious political spectrum.
A few years ago, some Iranians were tempted to think that the Americans might be able to bring them a better life. But now, looking at the chaos just next door in Iraq, they have had second thoughts.
BBC is focused like a laser on preventing GWB from seeking a third term in office.