Jerusalem Post reported 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.
If he had been told, he could have warned Syria that we knew, and they could have increased their defense of the area.IAEA Director General Mohamed ElBaradei also chastised Israel for bombing the site seven months ago,
What nerve. These "apes and pigs" attacked a Muslim facility, and flattened it.in a statement whose strong language reflected his anger at being kept out of the picture for so long.... "the director general views the unilateral use of force by Israel as undermining the due process of verification that is at the heart of the nonproliferation regime," it said.
The nonproliferation regime clearly failed. And if Syria and North Korea were following the nonproliferation regime, they would have told you about the facility, and you would be inspecting it and making sure it was only for peaceful purposes.Gateway Pundit blogged The fact that Elbaradei was not told about the nuke plant shows the amount of trust the US and Israel have in the UN's nuclear monitoring agency.