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Israel: Time is running out to strike Iran

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Israel's leaders announced that the time is running out before delivering a blow to Iran, noting that they will not wait for economic sanctions by the European Union and the United States to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear arsenal, but for a limited period.
The newspaper The Independent that the Israeli hard-line stance comes amid conflicting reports about the willingness of the Israeli military attack on Iran.
One of the reports indicates that the security agencies in Israel concluded that there is exaggeration in the chaos that might result from the Israeli strike, and the potential Iranian response.
However, the high-level British official - unnamed newspaper - said he still has the pyramid of the intelligence service (Mossad) and the army for fear of conflict in the region.
He said the British official who is close to the Israeli military establishment, the politicians (in Israel) are the ones who prefer a military strike, while the Mossad and the military are worried of the repercussions on Israel and the region.
For his part, Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak at the Davos economic conference on the design of his country to prevent Iran from going nuclear, indicating that it is for Israel has become a matter of urgency "because the Iranians approach the area where the immunity does not work then any attack."

ExaggerationBarak has said that two months before the war with Iran is not a picnic, but there are reports that he is accepted and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's analysis of the effect that the size of the Iranian retaliation would not amount to much as he thought.
According to a document published by the Begin - Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, the fear of an Iranian missile attack on Israel was exaggerated, which would only damage is limited.
According to another document of the Institute for National Security Studies at Tel Aviv University in cooperation with the former head of military intelligence, Amos Yadlin, said Iran could resort to the closure of the Strait of Hormuz for a short period, because it means the prevention of oil exports of Iran.

Source: Independent

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