Prime Minister Netanyahu has wisely maintained that Iran's nuclear program is not an Israeli problem alone, but rather is a problem, for the entire Middle East, the U.S. the West and the world as a whole. This perception is now shared widely. So it does seem that unilateral action by Israel is not necessary at this time. But all this could change in a second should Tehran suddenly have a real nuclear capability. So Israel has to be ready, cautious and wise in its actions.
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