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Iran Is No Longer Hiding – and That Might Not Be So Bad for Israel

Iran's recent declaration on its nuclear capabilities is putting further pressure on Israel, but the U.S. is not ready to give up on the possibility of a diplomatic option just yet

Amos Harel
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Iran is almost no longer bothering to play games. In an unusual statement on Sunday, a senior Iranian official announced that his country has the ability to make a nuclear bomb if it so chooses. “We can easily produce 90-percent enriched uranium,” the level needed for a bomb, he told Al Jazeera television.

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