Arguing about Iran's nukes while Tehran admits missile program
Missile identification document in Persian found on board the Victoria. IDF photo
By GARY BAUMGARTEN
There’s a renewed push to minimize and even discredit the claims and concerns of those, including the United States and Israel, who are insistent that Iran is building nuclear weapons. This despite the fact that Tehran admits it is developing a missile system to “defend” the Arab world against the United States and Israel.
And West Chester University history professor and author Lawrence Davidson concludes in an article for Dark Politricks that, while Iran is developing a nuclear energy program, it is, not developing nuclear weapons.
I’m sure that’s enough to allay the fears of those living in Tel Aviv and Israel. But one thing neither Hersh nor Lawrence can refute. Iran is building out a missile system capable of reaching Israel.