Report: US, Israel Sign Secret Pact To Tackle Iran Nuclear And Missile Threat

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Israel and the United States have secretly signed a far-reaching joint memorandum of understanding providing for full cooperation to deal with Iran’s nuclear drive, its missile programs and its other threatening activities, an Israeli TV report said.

Citing both American and Israeli officials, the report said the document is designed to translate into “steps on the ground” the positions set out by US President Donald Trump in his October 13 speech on Iran, in which he decertified the Iran nuclear deal.

One such joint team, the report said, will deal with Iranian activity in Syria and Tehran’s support for the Hezbollah terror organization, another will deal with Iran’s ballistic missile program and its efforts to build accurate missile systems in Syria and Lebanon. A different team would oversee preparation for any escalation by Iran and/or Hezbollah. Read more at Times of Israel.








  1. If it’s a secret memorandum, how does the internet already know its contents? Secondly, if both the American and the Israeli sources divulged what has been agreed upon, how good are those governments at keeping their secrets?


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