Peres: Clock Ticking On Iran


peresIsrael’s president says the international community is closer to pursuing a military solution to the standoff over Iran’s nuclear program than a diplomatic one.

The remarks by Shimon Peres to Israel’s channel 2 TV Friday were unusual because he is known as a dove and optimist.

Peres said world leaders need to “fulfill their promises” to stop Iran “whatever it takes.” He said, “There is a long menu as to what can be done.” He did not elaborate.

The interview comes days after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was reported to be seeking ministers’ support for a strike against Iran.

Israel, the U.S. and other nations suspect Iran wants to develop nuclear weapons. Iran says its atomic program only has peaceful aims. Negotiations and sanctions have failed to resolve the standoff.

{The Associated Press/ Newscenter}


  1. There are many calenders. 2011 – Christian/Gregorian; 5772 – Jewish; 1432 – Muslim; Iran nuclear enrichment hits red line Soon ???. Everyone should take note. The divine timetable will trumps all others. G-d has a certain plan and vision in mind for the Holy Land and Middle East.