Washington Post claims Iran has 5 atomic bombs

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Washington Post claims Iran has 5 atomic bombs

The Washington Post claims that Iran has 5 atomic bombs.

The Washington Times reported that Iran currently possesses 5 bombs and this number could increase to 12 by mid-spring of next year.

Some intelligence estimates claimed that Iran could have enough enriched uranium and weaponization capabilities for one bomb within a week and for five nuclear bombs within six weeks. These estimates are over 3 months old.

The newspaper also claimed that Iran’s pursuit of atomic bombs could lead to serious confrontations with the US and Israel, as they fear Iran’s access to atomic bombs. Iran is reportedly seeking to acquire more nuclear weapons and may use them once confident in possessing destructive bombs.

Meanwhile, Rafael Grossi, the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, had admitted that Iran does not possess nuclear weapons, but there are concerns about its capabilities to acquire them.


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