Not many would expect an Israeli prime minister to make a scathing attack on Iranian nuclear policy during his visit to the Far East. These trips are usually devoted to promoting fast growing economic trade relations and consolidating other areas of cooperation with the region. However, Prime Minster Netanyahu’s remarks about nuclear ties between Iran and North Korea during his visit to Tokyo last week were well-choreographed and well-timed. It was an attempt to link Iranian nuclear program with the much feared North Korean nuclear program, which threatens stability in this part of Asia. Establishing common interests between Israel and the Far East around the nuclear issue aimed to highlight that the Iranian nuclear program poses danger not only to the Middle East and Israel, but to the whole world.
Failure of peace talks
Israel no doubt would continue to warn the world about the danger of Iran becoming a nuclear power and her deceitfulness in the processYossi Mekelberg