How about a de-nuclearized Middle East, beyond the NPT? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Alfie
    • 27.07.12 | 03:31 (IDT)

    New limits, for everyone, on nuclear tech. No nuclear weapons or weapons grade fissiles. All enrichment monitored, for everyone. And enormously increased monitoring, far beyond NPT requirements. Iran might agree never to come close to a bomb, if it means that Israel gives up its bomb. And Israel will always keep the experience in its basement, so it will have a head start in any future re-nuclearization.

    from the article: Israel Air Force veteran says that on Iran issue, leaders are playing with our lives
    First published 15:00 20.07.12 | Last updated 15:00 20.07.12
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