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    • un2here
    • 08.05.10 | 11:53 (IDT)

    According to Israeli president Peres, Hizbollah some time ago also joined the atomic weapons club: - The President said that to his displeasure, "North Korea has become a duty free for long-range missiles and nuclear weapons. These weapons flow straight to Iran who arms and strengthens the world's global terror network including Hizbullah in Lebanon and other groups in Syria." http://www.mfa.gov.il/MFA/Government/Communiques/2010/President_Peres_meets_Danish_FM_Espersen_2-May-2010.htm There are - so far and at this point in time - no reports on the status of Israeli settlers nukes.

    from the article: Report: IAEA to discuss Israel's nuclear activities for first time
    First published 00:09 08.05.10 | Last updated 00:09 08.05.10
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