Mofaz: Not enough known on Iran

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
December 10, 2007 21:49

 
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The United States, Europe and Israel do not know nearly enough about Iran's attempts to develop nuclear weapons, said Transportation Minister Shaul Mofaz, who is in charge of Israel's strategic dialogue with the United States on Iran. Speaking at a rally of supporters at Kadima's Petah Tikva headquarters, Mofaz said the American national intelligence assessment of Iran proved that the same intelligence could be interpreted in many different ways. Mofaz told The Jerusalem Post that ways to move forward in efforts to prevent Iran's nuclearization would be examined in the next meeting between the Israeli and American strategic dialogue teams on Iran in January.

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