An Israeli strike on Iran nuclear facilities could endanger Israel's Dimona reactor
Senior Haaretz analyst Amir Oren says the main question that should bother Israel's leaders is what would be the reaction of the Obama administration to an uncoordinated attack in Iran.
A foul wind is blowing over Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, with weekend gusts toward Caesarea. A wind of pugnacity. Before the eyes of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and in the spirit of the chants of which he is so fond ("They are frightened"; "There's no free lunch" ) - it's as if a new sign has been raised high, bearing the words: "Strike now!"