Israel’s PM thinks the new Argentinian government’s decision not to abide by deal made on Iran’s behalf may improve Israel’s relations with Argentina, as well as all of South America.
By Arutz Sheva Staff
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu welcomed at his weekly Cabinet meeting on Sunday Argentina’s decision not to appeal a court’s ruling to strike down a deal with Iran over investigating the 1994 deadly bombing of a Buenos Aires Jewish community center.
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Netanyahu addresses Masa Israel participants – Amos Ben Gershom/GPO
The American Foreign Policy magazine reports how in 1964 Israel bought 80-100 tons of yellowcake, necessary for processing uranium, & kept deal from US
A comprehensive article released by the Foreign Policy magazine alleged that Israel struck a deal with Argentina in the 1960s to purchase between 80 to 100 tons of yellowcake – uranium powder – necessary for the production of a nuclear bomb.
Negev Nuclear Research Center – Photo: Tsafrir Abayov
The American magazine noted that this latest discovery solves the enigma of how Israel acquired the material to turn its burgeoning nuclear program military-grade.
The article, which cited 42 documents recently de-classified by the United States, recounted the beginning of Israel’s hazy nuclear project, starting with the French aid in building the Dimona reactor, formally known as the Negev Nuclear Research Center. Continue Reading »