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Israel must comply with the demands of the International Atomic Energy Agency if the Mideast is to become a region free of weapons of mass destruction, Syria's foreign minister said Monday.
Foreign Minister Walid Al-Moualem echoed calls by many Arab nations during the current U.N. General Assembly session for Israel to comply with the IAEA's demand to submit its nuclear facilities to the agency's safeguard regime and to adhere to the Non-Proliferation Treaty. The treaty restricts any nuclear program to nonmilitary purposes.
Originally posted by Legion2112
reply to post by Zosynspiracy
With the exception of Iran, all of the nations you mentioned have tried. Twice, in 1967 and 1973. Not that I'm suggesting that Israel not come clean with the IAEA, but if you honestly think that all the Arab nations want to do is get along and have a big group hug with Israel, I suggest you pick up a history book... either that or there's a bridge in Brooklyn I think you'd be interested in buying.