Nuclear Activities in the Middle East
With offers of help, particularly from France and, to a lesser extent, from the U.S, some Arab countries have taken steps to acquire nuclear technology in terms of energy diversification, electricity needs, and water desalination. In a very short while, President Nicolas Sarkozy of France signed no fewer than eight nuclear deals with Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Libya, Egypt, Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco.(7)
Let's look at some individual efforts by these countries:
Lets hope France is with range of all of these countrys.G.
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report
October 7, 2008, 11:39 AM (GMT+02:00)
Russian S-300 would make Iran's nuclear sites nearly inviolable
Russian military experts calculate that the window for an Israeli attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities will shrink to 3-6 months if Moscow sells Iran (and Syria) the sophisticated S-300 system for guarding those sites against air, missile or cruise missile attack.DEBKAfile’s Moscow sources report that Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert failed in the key missions of his Moscow trip to persuade Russian leaders to discuss Tehran’s nuclear weapons program and to refrain from selling this advanced weapon to Iran and Syria.