“2,500 years ago an enemy arose in Persia who sought to destroy the Jews. They did not succeed then, neither will they succeed today,” says the Israeli premier.
The level is just below the 90% needed to produce nuclear bombs.
Separately, two IAF F-35s escorted two U.S. B-52 bombers on a flight.
Rafizadeh, a political scientist and board member of Harvard International Review concluded his report saying that the “ruling mullahs of Iran inch dangerously closer to a nuclear weapons breakout.”
IAEA director-general Yukiya Amano informed the board of governors on July 8 that inspectors verified “Iran is enriching uranium above 3.67 percent.” The agency said the enrichment level was about 4.5 percent.
The maximum of low-enriched uranium, 660 pounds, is not enough to produce a nuclear bomb. But exceeding it is a sign of Iran appearing to disregard the 2015 accord.
he documents in an archive seized by Israel show that Iran had “more advanced capabilities to make nuclear weapons themselves,” according to a paper being prepared by an anti-proliferation think tank, Foreign Policy reported.
Speaking at the 62nd General Conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency on Thursday, Zeev Snir made it clear that Israel plans to reinforce its Dimona nuclear facility. “We cannot ignore the repeated and explicit threats, made by Iran and its proxies, to attack Israel’s nuclear sites,” Snir said at a meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna.“These outrageous threats, require Israel to take action and continue to protect and defend its nuclear facilities. These facilities are constantly upgraded and reinforced, in line with IAEA safety guidelines, in order to withstand any attack,” he continued.
‘A meeting was held with Kerry, although you know that at present, Kerry doesn’t hold any government post,’ said the Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman, Bahram Qassemi
‘We will be instituting the highest level of economic sanction,’ warned Trump. ‘Any nation that helps Iran in its quest for nuclear weapons could also be strongly sanctioned by the United States.’