Israel Shares Key Files From Iran Nuclear Cache With Germany, France, UK


Ahead of his visits to Berlin, Paris, and London this week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu upped the pressure on his European counterparts to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal by sharing some of the top-secret files obtained by his country pertaining to an alleged secret Iranian nuclear weapons program with German, French, and British security agencies, the UK’s Times newspaper reported Monday.

Among the hundreds of thousands of files obtained by Israel is a document which formally transfers responsibility for the production of weapons-grade enriched uranium to Iran’s defense ministry, The Times reported. That document, examined by The Times, is dated by Israel to 2001 and authorizes the Iranian military to enrich uranium hexafluoride (UF6) by centrifuges from three percent to more than 90 percent — levels which suggest that Iran intended to build a nuclear weapon.

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