posted on Aug, 22 2010 @ 01:35 AM
"Israel, widely assumed to be the only regime with nuclear weapons in the Middle East, has called Iran's fueling of its Bushehr nuclear power plant
The article, also quoted by Reuters, goes on to say more pressure should be applied on Iran to abide by international decisions against enriching and
the building of more reactors.
This coming from a country (Israel) that rarely abides by international decisions, their own signed agreements or International Law leaves me
The IAEA and 16 US intelligence agencies have determined Iran does not currently have a weapons program for nuclear weapons. Israel on the other hand
does and refuses to sign the NNPT.
Israel has previously stated Iran could supply nuclear weapons to third parties. Perhaps they could but that doesn't mean they will. Consider that
Iran has chemical and bio weapons and have never supplied third parties with these weapons.
Israel on the other hand HAS offered to supply third parties with nuclear weapons (South Africa)
[edit on 22-8-2010 by gem_man]