Iran said advancing ‘at murderous pace,’ could have bomb by July

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Times of Israel

Disgruntled security official claims Obama ‘threw sand in Israel’s eyes’ during visit last week, which seemed to convince Jerusalem to hold back on military action

By March 29, 2013, 6:13 am
US President Barack Obama, right, talks with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at a state dinner in his honor last week, at the President's Residence in Jerusalem. (photo credit: Avi Ohayon/Flash90)

US President Barack Obama, right, talks with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at a state dinner in his honor last week, at the President’s Residence in Jerusalem. (photo credit: Avi Ohayon/Flash90)

Iran could have the capability to build a nuclear bomb by July, unnamed security sources said in a report published Friday.

The sources added that Israel’s leadership had been mollified by US President Barack Obama’s visit earlier this month, which saw Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu seemingly cotton to Washington’s later timeline on when Iran could have a nuclear bomb.

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3 Replies to “Iran said advancing ‘at murderous pace,’ could have bomb by July”

  1. When you think about the info in the article think about what John Bolton and Rezi Kalali said, Kalali said that the new underground nuclear facility was speeding up the enrichment process and Bolton said Iran would wait until it could assemble around a dozen weapons before they build any. At a rough guess the July date for being able to build 1 means October or November before they start work.

  2. I cannot understand that Netanyahu of all people should not recognize “Takya” (however that is spelled), when it’s sooooooooooo obvious that even I, who still believe in the easter bunny, sees it.

  3. The problem is that Israel needs the US to help keep it free, that gives the President a lot of pull with the Israeli PM. They don’t have to agree but they do need to keep on the good side of the President.

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