Israel approves $1.5 billion budget to target Iran's nuclear capabilities

Israel-ALSHARQIYA October 19: The Israeli government approved a budget of five billion "shekels", equivalent to 1.5 billion dollars, to enhance its capabilities to target the Iranian nuclear program.
  Israeli media said the money would go toward planes, intelligence gathering, satellite use and other options.
Israel has repeatedly warned against Iran's possession of nuclear weapons, stressing that it will do everything in its power to prevent Iran from acquiring it.


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