A double-barreled solution to Iran
Israel must bomb Iran and make peace with its neighbors – all at once, says Israeli political scientist Yehezkel Dror, in the second of a multi-part series.
Until recently, Yehezkel Dror believed the State of Israel could live with a nuclear Iran. The veteran Israeli political scientist thought the right answer to the potential nuclearization of the Shiite republic was an ultimate deterrent. If the ayatollahs knew Israel's destruction in a nuclear attack would guarantee the same fate for their country, the Middle East would remain stable, he reasoned.