Also, the IAEA head should be grateful for the information gathered by Israel, concerning North Korea’s role in helping to build the nuclear facility. But Nooooooo. The Nobel peace prize winner has nothing but spite, anger and ingratitude reserved for Israel’s successful mission on the Syrian-Iraqi border. To bad for him.
J’lem Post: The head of the UN nuclear monitoring agency on Friday criticized the US for not giving his organization intelligence information sooner on what Washington says was a nuclear reactor in Syria being built secretly by North Korea.
IAEA Director General Mohamed ElBaradei also chastised Israel for bombing the site seven months ago, in a statement whose strong language reflected his anger at being kept out of the picture for so long.
The White House broke its silence about the issue on Thursday, just hours after top US legislators – members of the House of Representatives Intelligence Committee – were briefed on the alleged reactor. US intelligence officials said evidence included dozens of photographs taken from ground level as well as footage of the interior of the building taken by spy satellites after the Israeli strike.