"So what do we do, the Israeli listener may ask himself" Simple. D-e-v-e-l-o-p- a-n-t-i-m-i-s-s-i-l-e d-e-f-e-n-s-e. Fund it. Build it. Develop it with allied countries (e.g. USA) and share/sell the technology with other vulnerable countries like India. The author is correct about the futility of attacking Iran up until the final four paragraphs, and then the rest of the article is nonsense. Israel cannot make peace because THERE IS NO ONE THAT ISRAEL CAN PRESENTLY MAKE PEACE WITH. Given the circumstances, and the lack of an attack option (not just for Israel, but for America also), the only viable strategy is to (i) develop an impenetrable defense, (ii) strengthen Israel's undeclared nuclear "triangle", (iii) gain as much information about Iran's capabilities and intentions as possible by working with countries like the United States who are equally interested in Iran.
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from the article: The message is clear: Israel must not strike Iran
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