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Israel: Iran Just Weeks Away from Nuclear Bomb

'Iran continues to accumulate irreversible knowledge and experience in the development, research, production, and operation of advanced centrifuges... '

(Chris Parker, Headline USA) As the world focuses on the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, a new threat is emerging from the Middle East with very little awareness: Iran is weeks away from the material needed to build a nuclear bomb, reported Just The News.

The chilling report comes from Israeli Defense Minister Benjamin Gantz, as Iran goes quiet during nuclear talks. Iran’s silence follows negotiations with the United States and the United Nations that have proven unfruitful.

Iran is also set to complete the development of 1,000 new centrifuges. These facilities will enable the nation to drastically increase its pace of enriching uranium. The International Atomic Energy Agency has been denied access to inspect nuclear-related activities at three locations that were never declared by Iran.

“Iran continues to accumulate irreversible knowledge and experience in the development, research, production, and operation of advanced centrifuges,” Gantz said.

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According to a Comprehensive Safeguards Agreement signed by Iran in 1974, the country is legally required to allow monitoring and inspections of its nuclear profile.

Iran has allowed increased surveillance of some of its nuclear facilities, but Iran continues to violate the terms of its CSA agreement by blocking inspections. A spokesman for Iran’s nuclear program also threatened to block a camera feed from the Natanz site if they cannot reach a new deal.

Israel is already making preparations for a possible Iranian attack. A record-breaking military drill is set for June that will include reserve soldiers from several branches of the military.

The United States has been less involved, although Israeli Defense Minister Gantz is scheduled to meet Thursday with US  Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin.

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The growing concerns over Iran’s nuclear program were heightened in February when the regime attempted a supply drop via drones to terrorist organizations hostile toward Israel not far from its borders.

That drop was intercepted, but an Iranian transfer of precision-guided missiles to Venezuela within the same time frame was successful. That deal concerned several world leaders in Central America and even Africa. Both nations have expressed hostility towards the US and neighboring countries.

 

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