North Korea has supplied Iran with a computer program as part of intensified cooperation that could help Tehran build nuclear weapons, a German newspaper reported on Wednesday, citing Western intelligence sources.
The Sueddeutsche Zeitung said North Korea had in the spring delivered software, originally developed in the United States, that could simulate neutron flows.
Such calculations, linked to identifying a chain reaction, are vital in the construction of reactors and also in the development of nuclear explosives.
With the help of the program, Iran could gain important knowledge of how to construct nuclear weapons, according to the Munich newspaper, which quoted no individual source.
A confidential UN report earlier this year said North Korea and Iran appeared to have been regularly exchanging ballistic missile technology in violation of UN sanctions.
WE SHOULD MOUNT A PREEMPTIVE STRIKE AGAINST IRAN. DESTROY ALL THE WARSHIPS, AIR-FIELDS, AIR FORCE, NUCLEAR ASSETS AND IRG ASSETS.
THE SOONER THE BETTER.
ONCE THEY GET NUKES IT'S TOO LATE.