Mossad chief: Syria, Saudi Arabia and Egypt looking for nuclear arms
The chief of Israel's Mossad intelligence service, Meir Dagan, warned Monday that there are signs that several Middle Eastern countries other than Iran - including Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Syria - are at different stages of developing nuclear programs.
Dagan, in his annual review at the Israeli parliament, added that the atomic threat posed by Iran will soon reach the point of "no return" in a nuclear arms race.
According to Haaretz, the Mossad chief conveyed that Iran "is attempting to lead the International Atomic Energy Agency astray."
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