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Reports: Israel will not reach Washington in advance of any possible military strike on Iran

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U.S. intelligence source revealed that Israeli officials confirmed that they will not inform in advance if Washington decided to direct "a preemptive military strike," Iran's nuclear facilities.The source told the Associated Press that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak were transferred messages to this effect for a number of senior U.S. officials who have visited Israel recently, including the Chief of Staff Martin Dempsey and National Security Adviser Tom Donilon and the Director of National Intelligence United States and the number of members of Congress.According to the source, who declined to be named, said Israeli officials that if they decided to attack on Iran would conceal it for the Americans to reduce the risk of accusing Washington of failing to prevent an Israeli attack.Analysts say senior U.S. officials tried during the last rounds of talks with the Israeli side, reduce the "trust gap" between the United States and Israel sweet how to deal with Iran's nuclear ambitions.The reports said that Washington tried over the past months to convince Israel that the military strike will have a temporary effect on the Iranian nuclear program.The United States said it had no information on whether Tehran has decided to launch the military use of nuclear material available to them to convert any bomb or missile warhead nuclear.The White House declined to comment on these leaks, which analysts say will increase the concern of U.S. officials and push them to further high-level talks with Israel.Reports indicated that Israeli officials frustrated, especially after the visit of U.S. National Security Advisor.The intelligence source said that Israel is satisfied after a visit Donilon that Americans will not resort to military action and also do not support Israel do so.He added that Israeli officials have reached to the conclusion that they have to take military action unilaterally against Iran.During the next two weeks will be in Washington, Barack talks with senior officials and congressmen. Netanyahu will visit Washington for talks with U.S. President.It is noteworthy that Iran confirms that its nuclear program for peaceful purposes.Tehran has resisted Western pressure to halt uranium enrichment, which it believes may be a prelude to the military of Iran's nuclear program.Following talks between a delegation from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) last week in Tehran, Iran accused the agency of failing to cooperate on its nuclear program, expressing "serious concerns about possible military dimensions" to Tehran's nuclear activities.
Source: BBC Arabic

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