First one would have to know exact details about ALL facilities, yet neither the US or Israel has yet to reveal any facility to the IAEA which proved to be a nuclear facility. Thus it is clear they have no clue about the supposed' secret' program. Second, any strike would have to be comprehensive, taking out everything in a single effort. Third, even eliminating all known facilities would not eliminate the technology, and would ensure that IAEA 'spies' would not be given knowledge of, or access to, the inevitable subsequent facilities. Thus any attack intended to destroy Iran's nuclear program would only ensure that a nuclear weapons program would be developed, and that it would be hidden from monitoring. And, any attack on Iran would produce another war in the mideast. Given that the US is overmatched in the region, and Israel cannot take out a fraction of Iran's military capability without US help. . . Only lunatics or imbeciles would pursue a war.
Half of $100b of Iran's unfrozen assets is already tied up due to debts (Reuters)
from the article: French army chief: Military strike on Iran not viable
55-year-old Argaman, currently deputy Shin Bet chief, to replace Yoram Cohen in May 2016.22:59 11.02.16 | 0 comments