A Severe Iran Warning Landed on Bennett's Desk

Three former top security officials say there is little time left to try to affect the Iran nuclear deal. Otherwise, they caution, Western powers can claim Israel has had its chance to be heard – and missed it

Amos Harel
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A sensitive document was sent in recent weeks to most of the senior offices in Israel, other than that of former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. His successor, Naftali Bennett, has already read it.

It’s signed by three worried citizens: Maj. Gen. (res.) Aharon Ze’evi-Farkash, a former director of Military Intelligence; Gideon Frank, a former head of the Atomic Energy Commission; and Ariel Levite, one of Israel’s leading nuclear experts. The document’s authors were invited to present it at several meetings with the heads of the relevant organizations.

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