Using Hamas and Hezbollah, Iran Feels Immune. Israel Can Change That

When Hamas and Islamic Jihad fire missiles at Tel Aviv, Israel strikes targets in Gaza. When Houthi rebels attack Saudi Arabia, that leads to retaliation in Yemen. But what if the response instead was aimed directly at Tehran?

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This is not another perspective on Iran’s military nuclear program or U.S. efforts to reenter the nuclear agreement. This is primarily about something else: the “nonnuclear” dimension of Iran’s regional policies and behavior, and how to stop the erosion in Israel’s deterrence on the home front by the Islamic republic.

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