"The Chinese were given the full intelligence picture Israel has about the Iranian nuclear program, which clearly shows Iran is developing nuclear weapons," - Israeli source to Haaretz Of course the evidence does NOT show that Iran IS developing nuclear weapons. If Israel "knows" otherwise, they should share the news with IAEA and US Intelligence. The IAEA report cannot exclude the possibility that Iran Re-started the development that supposedly was halted in 2003, but they had no positive evidence either. There is a big difference between general suspicions and definite knowledge, and it is the time-frame for a preventive action. Israel and the rest of the world should of course worry about a nuclear Iran, but should the world use sanctions or take direct action NOW, which may complicate things enormously. George Bush (the stupid one) learned something about the difference between vague suspicion and definite knowledge (see the Iraq adventure). Will Israel ever learn?
UN Security Council condemns North Korea launch, vows action (Reuters)
from the article: Israel shows China evidence of Iran bomb program
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