Here are the facts:Israel accuses Iran of arming the Palestinian enclave's Islamist rulers, Hamas and is concerned Iran's uranium enrichment programme is aimed at making a nuclear bomb.
Tehran denies both charges, saying it offers only moral support to Hamas and that its nuclear programme is for peaceful purposes.
Iran has admitted funding Hamas -- to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars:
And the objective evidence demonstrates that the Iranians have also supplied the terror group with armaments including Grad missiles:Since Hamas’ January 2006 electoral victory, funding has increased significantly. In April 2006, Iran pledged $50 million in aid to Hamas. In November 2006, Iran donated $120 million to Hamas. In December 2006, Iran pledged an additional $250 million to the terrorist organization. In May 2008, Iran promised another $150 million to Hamas for the second half of 2008.
Time to move on to a less risible assertion, Reuters.In the past two-and-a-half years, dozens of Iranian-manufactured Grad rockets and mortar shells have been launched from Gaza at areas in Israel’s western Negev region and the city of Ashkelon.