forget about the oil, and the overseas terror attacks, forget about Iran threats to attack third parties. Iran has limited ability to hit Israel, via Arrow, special forces, air strikes, sabotage the long range missile capability can be dealt with. The real issue is Lebanon and the 40,000 rockets, now we either open up the Syrian/Lebanon border, open that flank or we nuke Lebanon. If the US and NATO do not supply Aegis and or the flank is not opened. Well the missile from the north have to be stopped. If we nuke Lebanon is Russia going to attack, in which case it will be WW3 once ICBM's start crisis crossing the globe. Israel is a small country so it only takes a few nukes, which means the enemy has to get the full dose straight up. In which case Putin might as well take the US with him, we are all going to die.And if that is how it going to be why go through the conventional aspects against Iran,and not just nuke them straight up, but you have to go through the motions to see how it plays out in the end game. The Jews are dead anyway, so either way they have nothing to lose, it is either march quietly to death or go down fighting. I was always of the opinion that it is only fair that we taken everyone with us. That is why Meir Dagan is so concerned, it is what happens after and that is up to Putin, we can deal with Iran and with Lebanon, what comes after. That is the gamble everyone believes the Israeli's are not crazy enough and will accept their fate, after all Putin is the richest man in Europe, wants to live till he is 150 and has plastic surgery and wants to rule Russia forever, want to control everyone's energy supply's. The end of days could seriously mess up those plans of his. Compared with the Jews that have been already told they are condemned to death via chemotherapy. As such the only way for Israel is up, nothing to loose. We all die, we all die, so be it, there will be no 12th Imam, just bacteria as with the big bang. I am prepared to die.
Syrian rebels call for regional alliance against Russia and Iran (Reuters)
from the article: Why Netanyahu won't attack Iran