Israel says it has over 300 nuclear weapons

Israel says it has over 300 nuclear weapons

This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. Tel Aviv is believed to have over 300 nuclear weapons, according to intelligence reports, but Israel neither confirms nor denies. This is something that is very important, according to the nuclear chief. The General Conference of the IAEA has passed several resolutions insisting that every state in the world adheres to this treaty, which we believe is very important. Iran, which is subject to intense scrutiny over its own nuclear programme, signed the treaty in 1968. Tehran denies that it has any military intentions, saying that the project is solely for peaceful civilian use. Israel has been lobbying against Iran over the last few months, as senior diplomats are due to convene in Vienna to resume the Iran Nuclear Deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action JCPOA READ MORE:

The United States pulled out of the original deal in 2016 when Donald Trump issued an executive order stating that this was a horrible one-sided deal that should never have been made. The deal will see all sanctions lifted against Tehran as part of the current President, Joe Biden. Regional nations have stated that if Iran acquires nuclear weapons, with Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt all potentially following suit. Israel has recently normalized ties with Bahrain and the UAE and many believe that they will emulate this with the Saudis in the near future.

This week, Israeli security experts stated that all options were on the table in order to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. Some Israeli analysts say that Tehran is less than 5 years away from being a nuclear-capable nation. The Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei, has declared nuclear weapons forbidden in a religious order. In recent times, a shadow war has been called between Iran and Israel. Israeli and Iranian vessels have had suspicious attacks in the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea. Both parties don't have any knowledge of how the events happened. The EU REVEAL Underground strike to bring capital to halt for DAYS REPORT Furious EU farmers lose it over hated rules. Israel is believed to be behind several explosions within Iranian nuclear facilities, as well as the assassination of multiple Iranian nuclear scientists, something former Mossad chief Yossi Cohen eluded to in his retirement speech. Iran pointed the finger at Israel and the US after the so-called Stuxnet virus targeted Iranian uranium hexafluoride centrifuges around the country.