Israel Still Considers Military Strike Despite Iran Nuke Deal


yaakov-amidrorThere is “no question” that Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu is prepared to order a military strike on Iran if necessary, his former national security adviser Yaakov Amidror told The Financial Times in London.

Strategist Efraim Inbar, who directs the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies at Bar Ilan University, wrote Nov. 21 that “An Israeli strike on Iran’s nuclear infrastructure is a risky and militarily complicated endeavor, but within reach. Israeli ingenuity and determination could lead to a great operational and political success.”

Inbar said that “the number of facilities that would need to be hit to deal a significant blow to Iran’s nuclear infrastructure is generally overestimated.”

“At a time when appeasing Iran seems to be in vogue, an Israeli strike could invigorate elements in the international arena who are unwilling to accept an Iran with a nuclear breakout capability” and remind people that “muscular reactions to evil regimes are often truly necessary,” Inbar added.

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