It may sound impossible, but according to reports Thursday morning, Israeli and Iranian nuclear officials met in Cairo last month to discuss the Iranian nuclear crisis.
That according to a member of the Israeli Atomic Energy Commission who said the meeting was arranged by Australia. She refused to give any details of the talks between the two bitter enemies.
The news broke just hours after reports flooded mainstream media regarding a possible compromise deal between Iran and the international community that would delay the Islamic Republic's ability to build nuclear weapons.
According to the deal, Iran will send all of its known enriched uranium to Russia for processing. Considering Tehran's past tendency to lie about aspects of its nuclear program, some observers fear that what it sends to Russia won't be all of its enriched uranium, and that enough will be kept behind to build and test and atomic bomb.