Israel's Wishful Thinking on Iran: Cyberattacks Can Topple the Regime

The regime in Iran has already survived mass protests with scores of fatalities. But for Israel, taking the initiative trumps watching on the sidelines

Amos Harel
Amos Harel
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Over in the IDF’s Gaza Division, the hypothetical scenario it practiced in the middle of the week starts with Syria: A large number of Iranian security personnel are killed in an air strike attributed to Israel. Iran decides to take revenge through a series of offensive operations, from the north (Hezbollah and Shi’ite militias) and from the Gaza Strip (Islamic Jihad followed by Hamas).

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