In an interview with Haaretz published on Sunday, Kouchner, who is on a visit to Israel, said he agreed with expert estimates that Iran needed from two to four years to create a nuclear bomb.
“I think that you are well informed, and so are the Americans and so are we. It has always been the case between two and four years. But to make what? One bomb,” Haaretz quoted Kouchner as saying.
…And we should trust this kind of speculation without fact because…? There are just as many other experts that say Iran has no desire for the bomb. You could get just as many, if not more countries, to agree that the U.S. and Israel are in cahoots to take over the world. But this doesn’t make it so. Does it? Maybe you don’t want to answer that question.
Even if it were factual, Iran would have gone through far more hurdles than Israel cares to admit to — and Israel has the bomb.