Dry Bones explains how to ferret out the truth:
Syrian denials, and North Korean indignation. Listeners to Hugh Hewitt may have hear Yoni Tidi disclose today that Israeli commandos, disguised as Syrian soldiers, seized some fissionable materials from the secret Syrian installation, which Israeli scientists established were of North Korean origin. Samples were sent to the U.S., which confirmed the provenance of the materials, and gave the go-ahead for the Israeli air strike.
One suspects that North Korea, having agreed in multi-lateral negotiations, out of economic desperation, to dismantle its nuclear weapons program, but as always desperate for cash, negotiated a deal with the Syrian regime to sell Syria its stockpile of fissionable uranium and equipment for weapons facilities. One further suspects that Iran bankrolled the transaction, hoping to thereby boost its own nuclear weapons program.