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Is Iran Hiding Nuke Scientists in Syria?

There are many reasons Iran continues to back its ally to Israel's north, the evil dictator Bashar al-Assad, the main one being proximity to the Jewish state it longs to destroy. But The Jerusalem Post's Yonah Jeremy Bob points out another factor — Iran may be hiding its ongoing nuclear program:

A major purpose of Iran wanting to enlarge its footprint in Syria may be to hide aspects of its nuclear program from the International Atomic Energy Agency, former top IDF military intelligence official Yossi Kuperwasser said Wednesday.

Speaking at a Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs conference on the Iran nuclear situation, Brig. Gen. (ret.) Kuperwasser noted that IAEA inspectors are limited to inspecting Iran’s territory.

He made the comment as he discussed the fact that the Iran nuclear deal lacked granting IAEA inspectors complete access to Iranian scientists.

Based on that limited access, Kuperwasser said Iran could move and conceal its nuclear scientists and various nuclear activities in Syria.

Earlier at the same conference, Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz said that he believed the current US sanctions would succeed at getting Iran to make further compromises regarding its nuclear program and overall behavior because “in six to 12 months, the [economic] situation in Iran will be extremely grave...”  

Tags: Nuclear Weapons , Syria , Iran

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