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September 29, 2012 3:00 am

Netanyahu Provides More Insight into His Red Line for Iran in TV Interview

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Photo: PMO.

Times of Israel – Iran’s nuclear weapons drive must be stopped before it has amassed enough 20%-enriched uranium for a single bomb, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu indicated on Friday.

On Thursday, in a speech to the United Nations illustrated with a cartoon bomb, Netanyahu called for a red line to be set for Iran’s uranium enrichment process. Pressed specifically in an interview on Israel’s Channel 2, as to whether this meant an attack would have to come before Iran had enriched 240 kg (529 lb) of uranium to 20% purity — enough for one bomb — Netanyahu did not contest the figures.

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