Iran’s ayatollah wants the nuclear bomb before Nov. 5

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Although the official meeting between Israeli and U.S. officials was canceled on Thursday, June 20, due to tensions between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Biden over policy disagreements regarding the Gaza war, an “informal meeting,” between Israeli intelligence officials and the U.S. national security adviser Jake Sullivan still took place. 

The meeting was deemed too important to cancel for any reason, as it focused on Iran’s nuclear bomb. According to Axios, this emergency high-level meeting was convened to discuss new information about Iranian scientists’ computer modeling efforts to develop nuclear weapons. 

This revelation could dramatically change the assessments of the U.S. intelligence community, which since 2007 have suggested that Iran is not actively involved in making the atomic bomb.

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, President Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (Getty Images)

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