Discussing Iran’s nuclear program, the head of Israel’s intelligence agency argued that “it’s clear that there’s no need for uranium enriched to 60 per cent for civilian purposes. There’s no need for three enrichment sites. There’s no need for thousands of active centrifuges – unless, that is, there is an intention to develop nuclear weapons”. He further asserted that “a bad deal, which I hope will not be made, is intolerable to us… Iran will not have nuclear weapons – not in the coming years, not ever”.
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