Iran and North Korea May Be Working Together To Build Nuclear Bombs
According to a report published on Fox News.com by Reza Kahlili, on December 24 the South Korean Foreign Minister Institute has warned that the Communist regime in the North had the intention of carrying a nuclear test at the beginning of 2011.
The media in South Korea also said earlier in December that o tunnel was being dug by the northern regime and that it would indicate that it could be used for such a nuclear test.
Simultaneously, reports from Iran indicate that some Iranian scientists were sent to North Korea, and that the two governments agreed upon conducting a joint nuclear test on the territory of North Korea.
It is a known fact the two states are cooperating on military field, the North Korean scientists contributing to the building of Shabab-3 medium-range ballistic missile, which is copying the Nodong-1.
The WikiLeaks documents also allude to the possibility that the Islamic regime in Tehran may have already acquired from the North Koreans missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads and that they may be capable of targeting the capitals of Western Europe.
It is also thought that the two nations cooperate on the field of building the nuclear capability of Iran by sharing the conclusions of the previous tests made by North Korea and even by participating in the development of the performing centrifuges necessary to refine uranium.
Fox News.com’s article also asserts that Iran and North Korea work covertly for fear of triggering international response. Still, the possibility that one day Iran will move from “nuclear state” to “nuclear power” exists, and while North Korea is believed to get nuclear only to gain stature and have a leverage in the next talks, Iran has repeatedly voiced the wish that Israel did not exist, and probably would have no second thoughts when placed in the position of attacking American or European targets either.11