Iranian Nuclear Threat

Disturbing: Suspicious data from Iran reaches Israel and the US

Walla: New information raises concerns about Iran's progress towards nuclear weapons.

Iranian missiles (Photo: Shutterstock)

Walla News reports that the intelligence agencies of Israel and the United States are examining new data about computer models carried out in Iran recently that may be used for research and development of nuclear weapons.

In the wake of the intelligence failure that led to the Hamas attack on October 7, the Israeli intelligence community takes every piece of information that comes from Iran very seriously.

At the end of this week, senior American and Israeli officials are expected to meet at the White House to discuss the Iranian nuclear program. These will be highest-level discussions held since March 2023.

On behalf of the United States, the White House National Security Adviser, Jake Sullivan, is expected to participate, and on the Israeli side, the Minister of Strategic Affairs Ron Dermer and the National Security Adviser Tzachi Hanegbi will participate.

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