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Topic - Fordow Facility
Despite the statement by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that Israel's red line on Iran's illicit nuclear program could be reached by next spring, Iranian officials are adamant that war is close.
Iran continues unabated with its illicit nuclear and missile programs despite a decade of negotiations, being targeted by cyberwarfare and recent harsh sanctions on the Iranian Central Bank and oil industry piled on top of earlier, crippling sanctions.
Having apparently learned nothing from 10 years of futile negotiations with Iran, President Obama seemed perilously close late last month to yet another deal purportedly making "progress" eliminating the ayatollahs' nuclear weapons program.