Of course, such an attack does not make any sense by itself, it will delay Iran's operations by a couple of years perhaps (which they are being delayed now anyhow due to IAEA inspections), but buy Israel an eternal suicidal enemy. In addition, Israel will suffer a backlash from the US, which no doubt will be attacked by Iran in retaliation. But I assume that what convinces Netanyahu most is his own political survival. So my expectation is that there will be no Israeli attack on Iran before the next Israeli elections.
Clinton congratulates Sanders, acknowledges she has to win over younger voters (Reuters)
from the article: Israelis should be afraid of their leaders, not Iran
In the two days I spent in the northeastern state, I found intelligent, dedicated and ideology-driven voters who are also concerned about Israel.23:50 09.02.16 | 0 comments