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Since the cancellation of the planned Irans nuclear program has continued to progress. Today, argues Eiland, Israel again faces a difficult choice. Time has passed and we stand before exactly the same decision, with less time. He added, The lack of resolution is dramatic.
Well we’ll see. Always felt that Netanyahu would never leave office before he took definitive action against the Iranian threat. However stand by the thesis that the strategic reality has shifted in the last year and Israel cannot now attack Iran with impunity. They may ultimately decide that they must, but they risk a terrible counterattack. Also it is by no means certain that if Israel attacks alone, the mission would be successful. A failed mission would be a disaster.