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Iran Deal Reportedly Allows Nuclear Weapon by 2027

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19 Jul 2016
Iran Deal Reportedly Allows Nuclear Weapon by 2027
AP published a report Monday evening of a “secret appendage” to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) nuclear deal between Iran and the P5+1 powers (US, UK, France, Russia, China and Germany) which analysts said would allow Iran to develop an atomic weapon much quicker than had earlier been stated. US State Department spokesman Mark Toner flatly denied the report, declaring "There is no secret document or secret deal."
Here is a video showing Toner’s answer to the question about the AP report

“We have ensured that Iran’s breakout time comes down gradually after year 10 in large part because of restrictions on its uranium stockpile until year 15,” an unidentified diplomat told the AP. “As for breakout times after the initial 10 years of the deal, the breakout time does not go off a cliff nor do we believe that it would be immediately cut in half, to six months.”

Meanwhile, Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman lamented during his first appearance Monday before the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee that Iran is violating the JCPOA at will while the international community does nothing to stop it.

IS Claims Train Attack in Germany
The Islamic State (IS) terror militia claimed responsibility Tuesday for an axe attack on train passengers in southern Germany by a 17 year old refugee from Afghanistan. "The perpetrator of the stabbing attack in Germany was one of the fighters of the Islamic State and carried out the operation in answer to the calls to target the countries of the coalition fighting the Islamic State," the statement said. Additionally, police found a crude IS flag in the room of the terrorist, who was shot dead by police after wounding several people.
PIJ Announces Tunnel Collapse Casualty
Reports out of the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip Monday evening indicated that a tunnel being dug by operatives of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) terror militia collapsed near the town of Khan Younis, killing one terrorist, wounding two others and leaving another two missing. “We emphasize that the blood of the martyrs will remain an illuminating lamp for our fighters on the path of might and dignity,” a PIJ statement said.
Police Bust Illegal Weapons Dealers in Galilee Triangle
Security forces announced on Monday that they have concluded “Operation 500” which consisted of over a year of undercover work and surveillance to smoke out illegal weapons and narcotics trafficking in the Israeli-Arab communities of the lower Galilee. The operation led to 63 arrests, with more pending, and the confiscation of large quantities of contraband, while garnering praise from leaders of the Arab-Israeli community for enhancing safety and quality of life in Arab villages.
“The police are in the midst of a broad initiative to enhance public trust and confidence in Arab society at all aspects of police and law enforcement,” Chief of Police Roni Alsheikh said.

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