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Satellite photo of Iranian nuclear reactor. Israel interested
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Link to Ynet's report on Iranian site
Ynet reports get Tehran's attention
Iranian radio, news agency report of Ynet's coverage of Tehran's nuclear project
Ynet's reports on the Iranian nuclear project have apparently captured the attention of Tehran. An Iranian radio station named Farda mentioned the Israeli news site's reports, and an Iranian news agency was quick to follow and refer to Ynet's inquiry as well.


The news agency reported that "a news website of the Zionist regime has conducted an inspection of the Jewish regime's true level of readiness for the potential threat posed by Iran, and of Israel's military superiority."


The agency further stated that according to the radio broadcast, "the investigation was carried out by an Internet site called Ynet, that claimed the Middle East will slowly enter a new era in which the first stage would be that of a Cold War."


"Tair Amid (Meir Amit), former Mossad head, told this news site that he is not convinced the Arrow missile system is adequate to foil an Iranian threat. The report also stated that the guided missiles would be aimed against underground nuclear facilities," the news agency described.


Ynet has recently dedicated a series ofl reports to the Iranian nuclear issue, focusing on the question of Israel's preparedness for a strike and the country's capability to respond with military means.


Ynet's coverage concentrated on Israel's military capabilities, on the readiness of the Home Front Command, hospitals and the education system for a potential nuclear attack, and the possible ways to prevent such a strike from taking place to begin with.


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