Israel signals: Our long hands reach everywhere in Iran

Dr. Emily Landau estimates that the message conveyed by the prime minister this week will permeate both Europe and Tehran

Arutz Sheva Staff,


Dr. Emily Landau, a senior research fellow and head of the Arms Control and Regional Security Program at the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) thinks that while PM Netanyahu didn’t necessarily provide anything new, it provided “a lot of information and a lot of flesh in regards to Iran’s work in the past on nuclear weapons programs.”

She also claims that the fact that Iran has never had to answer for their nuclear weapons program means that pertinent information on the latest developments of their weapons program is not available. But what Netanyahu revealed, provides concrete proof that Iran was lying in their repeated denials of developing nuclear weapons.

“People should be standing up and saying no that’s a lie. breaking that false narrative of nuclear innocence is important.", Landau said.

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