. . . to have ballistic missiles. And it's not to hunt deer.
Iran's test of a ballistic missile earlier this week was a clear violation of a U.N. Security Council resolution and sends "a worrying message", French Foreign Ministry spokesman Romain Nadal said on Thursday.
So, here's a violation, where's the penalty?
I suggest removing the testing facility, which is a lot easier to blow up than the nuclear plants. I think the flight time would be between ten minutes and just over an hour, depending on your weapon of choice.
If there is no penalty, then surely there will be other violations, until the end result is all-out war.