Uh, Mahmoud, buddy... Lesson #1... Israel doesn't bluff.
Speaking to reporters Tuesday, Othman rejected an IAEA report last week about particles of man-made uranium found at the al-Kibar facility. Syria maintains the uranium, which can be used in a nuclear reactor, came from the Israeli weapons used to destroy the site.And, by the way... the word you wanna be focusing on here isn't "uranium"... it's "destroy."
The IAEA said that was "not likely."
POSTSCRIPT: Iran needs to pay attention...
...'cos it ain't braggin'... if you can do it.
Notice how far away Dayr az-Zawr is from Israel. An F15/16 attack there is not a tiptoe across the border, but a deep, deep penetration of Syrian airspace.**********
And guess what happened with the Russian super hyper sophisticated cutting edge antiaircraft missile batteries when that penetration took place on September 6th.
LAST WORD: Ten thousand chimps, no typewriter"Our plan to install and run centrifuges is not based on political conditions," he said. "We have a plan and we will go ahead with it."
He said Iran would install more than 50,000 centrifuges at Natanz over the next five years.*