But while singing the praises of Israeli security coordination with the Palestinian Authority, Yoram Cohen tells the cabinet that Israeli operations are still responsible for thwarting the majority of attacks.18:03 04.05.16 | 0 comments
While you have enough credibility on this board that I wouldn't try to disagree with you Iran's ability to launch a "devestating" nuclear strike against Israel. I ask this question. What if you are wrong? The implications of a nuclear bomb going off in central Israel would, for all intensive purposes be a devestating blow against the nation. Which is obviously why the topic has received so much news play during the past several months. Even a less than devestating attack would be a severe blow to Israel, but quite likely result in a nuclear counter strike. Given, though the liklihood of such an event, the extreme consequences of such it requires more than just returning to the old status quo.