WASHINGTON — Fears of a nuclear Iran may come sooner rather than later.
Reuters reported that Iran installed up to 1,000 advanced uranium enrichment centrifuges and is going to test them, said the U.N.
The U.N. nuclear watchdog agency, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), released its quarterly report and said that Iran could be assembling fuel assemblies for a nuclear reactor, which alarms the West and Israel yet Iran denied such claims.
U.S. President Barack Obama has warned Iran, but has not done much to dissuade the Iranians from further pursuing nuclear weapons.
Israel openly threatened Iran over its nuclear program and drew a “red line” where if Iran crossed a certain number of nuclear arms, Israel will pre-emptively strike. It was made famous by a drawing used by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu while speaking at the United Nations.