Israel Agrees: Iran Hasn’t Built A Nuclear Bomb
Israeli officials concede that Iran has not decided to build a nuclear bomb.
The suspicion in Israel is that the Iranians have held off on a decision in order to deny Israel – and other countries – the pretext for an attack, officials said, noting that to a certain extent the matter is semantic and therefore secondary.
All the officials spoke on condition of anonymity because the subject is deemed too delicate to be discussed on the record, and the government has ordered silence…
Israel has been warning of an Iranian nuclear threat since the 1990s and has been working on a possible military strike for years.