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This Is What Would Happen if Israel Strikes Iran

Since the fading of an imminent nuclear deal, there's been plenty of ink spilt opining, wrongly, that Israel has no military option. If Israel finds itself facing Iran alone, it will strike – and this is how Tehran's retaliation will play out

Chuck Freilich
Chuck Freilich
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Chuck Freilich

As the prospects for a renewed nuclear deal with Iran fade, at least for now, the international and Israeli media have been replete with reports of Israel’s inability to destroy the Iranian nuclear program and ostensible lack of a military option. Various experts, including former and current Israeli officials, have all opined.

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