North Korean Nukes in Syria(?)

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Here’s the latest from The Washington Post:

North Korea may be cooperating with Syria on some sort of nuclear facility in Syria, according to new intelligence the United States has gathered over the past six months, sources said. The evidence, said to come primarily from Israel, includes dramatic satellite imagery that led some U.S. officials to believe that the facility could be used to produce material for nuclear weapons.

The new information, particularly images received in the past 30 days, has been restricted to a few senior officials under the instructions of national security adviser Stephen J. Hadley, leaving many in the intelligence community unaware of it or uncertain of its significance, said the sources, who spoke on the condition of anonymity.

Kim Jong Il’s regime denounced the attacks on Syria in a rare statement.

The discarded Israeli fuel tanks were found in a field in Turkey as shown in Turkish papers and here on Iran Press TV.

YNET News reported that Turkish intelligence assisted Israel in the attack on Syria(?)

Here’s another photo of a discarded fuel tank from YNET News.


Former UN Ambassador John Bolton said that North Korea was warned about selling its nuclear material:

US President George Bush warned North Korea last year against transferring nuclear material to Syria, Iran or a terrorist organisation, saying such a move would be perceived as a “grave threat,” according to a former senior government official.

In a telephone conversation with the Israeli daily, Haaretz, former US ambassador to the UN, John Bolton, said Bush had issued the warning because the administration feared North Korea could be using Syria and Iran as “safe havens” for its nuclear activity.

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