Yadlin: An Israeli Strike Could Knock 5 Years Out Of Iran’s Muclear Program

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former-idf-intelligence-chief-amos-yadlinFormer Israeli intelligence chief Amos Yadlin said in an interview to New Republic Thursday that diplomacy was the best way to resolve the Iranian nuclear issue, but if that does not work, Israel doesn’t need America in order to attack Iran. A lone Israeli strike is capable of buying a five-year delay in Iran’s nuclear development. This period would double to ten years if the US took part.

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{Matzav.com Israel}

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