IRAN NUCLEAR WITHIN 12 MONTHS
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The information as to Iran's current nuclear program, its progress as well as its capabilities and civilian as well as military, were provided by sources within Iran as well as being obtained through other reliable sources and investigative processes.
While the processes of producing a nuclear weapon are different to those necessary to produce power generation, there are some basic processes that are required to suit both purposes following which the production methods and practices differentiate.
North Korean and Pakistani technicians provided some assistance while some of the material necessary to produce nuclear weapons came from the former
There are two reasons for
Despite the fact that the Israeli Air Force is currently practicing with US-supplied weapons capable of striking at Iran in an attempt to destroy Iran's future nuclear capability, no doubt on behalf and in collusions with the US, success of such a mission is deemed to be highly unlikely.
It is understood that
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