Posted BY: Kenneth R. Timmerman
Three events took place recently that has changed my view of an Israeli military strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities.
For years now, I have answered with caution the warmongers and headline-grabbers who have gleefully touted impending Israeli airstrikes on Iran. I have stated, with reason and facts in support, that Israel has demonstrated repeatedly that it has many ways of slowing down Iran’s nuclear weapons programs short of a kinetic military strike.
Why take the risk of airstrikes, which all the world will see, when you can slow down the program by other means that in addition are difficult to pin on Israel?
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For example: for many years, under Mossad director Meir Dagan, Israel carried out targeted assassinations of Iranian nuclear weapon scientists, acts that presumably had a deterrent effect on younger scientists joining the programs.
Instead of worrying about Iran, a country that hasn’t attacked anyone, start worrying about the Israeli rogue state armed to the teeth with nuclear weapons.