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This isn't a new photo, but since it was taken sometime before Snapped Shot's epoch, here ya go. From the People's Peaceful Project to Process Peaceful Power (and NUKES!) comes this little gem. Note that Iran will kick off celebrations starting this weekend to celebrate their entry into the Nuclear Age.

Iranian artists perform as they hold up samples of enriched uranium in Mashad, east of Tehran, April 11, 2006. Iran will seek to show a nation united behind its nuclear program on Sunday but pressure from the West and voices counselling caution at home have dampened prospects for a grand announcement about atomic progress. REUTERS/Stringer

Update: LOL! I just saw this next one on the wire, and while it's not new either, it was begging for some attention!

... except our husbands!

Orig: Iranian female students hold a poster during a protest outside the U.N. office in reaction to the United Nations' decision to impose sanctions over Iran's refusal to stop enriching uranium, in Tehran, Wednesday Dec. 27, 2006. Differences between Europe and America on how far to go in ending economic ties with Iran to penalize it for its nuclear differences are straining their trans-Atlantic alliance. (AP Photo/Hasan Sarbakhshian, file)

Update: Hmm, I could swear that I've seen the one on the left before...

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