"the other one is an anlysis of Iranian retaliation options. The discussion of this part is remarkably lacking" But of course the Iranians aren't going to do a thing, Axel. They're going to take their medicine like good little boys and promise never to bother Israel or America again. All that fancy top-of-the-range weaponry they've bought from all over the world is going to stay in its boxes, totally untouched. There isn't the smallest possibility of Dimona being reduced to a smoking, radioactive heap by long-range Iranian missile attack. There's no chance Israel's only two oil refineries, at Ashdod and Haifa, will be put of out action, again by long-range missile attack. It's great when you're the only person who gets to move his pieces in a board game.
Yemen's Houthi rebels commit to peace plan in letter to UN chief, BBC reports (Haaretz)
from the article: Think tank: Israel could attack Iran's nuclear program alone