Did I miss something?...When did Israel end it's policy of nuclear ambiguity? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • JoJo From Brooklyn
    • 15.01.12 | 04:52 (IST)

    Israel has not allowed IAEA inspections of their nuclear weapons or signed the NPT, but is allowed to be a member? I am definitely confused. Please someone explain this to me?

    from the article: Israel flunks nuclear safety test, but ranks above Iran and North Korea
    First published 03:31 15.01.12 | Last updated 03:31 15.01.12
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