Israel points finger at Iran over Nukes

Israel has told the United Nations nuclear watchdog that Iran’s atomic program is a front for developing nuclear weapons that could one day be used against the Jewish state, prompting angry reactions from Syria and Iran.
Mohamed ElBaradei, who heads the International Atomic Energy Agency, is on a three-day visit to Israel, which refuses to admit or deny having nuclear weapons under a policy of “strategic ambiguity”.
International experts believe Israel has up to 200 warheads, based on estimates of the quantity of plutonium that has been produced at its Dimona desert reactor.

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