A Preemptive Strike Being Planned by Israel?

As a small country, beleaguered on all sides, Israel has to constantly face and make choices that ensure the survival of the Jewish nation. When the threat level from hostile Arab nations exceeds a certain threshold, Israel has taken unilateral actions in the past. History has born out the necessity for those actions.

Revealed here in this article are the hints of another action they may be forced to take due to the unacceptable US/Iran nuke “treaty.”

AS REPORTED BY THE JERUSALEM POST:

Israel is on its own and has to find the right time to stop its nuclear program kinetically,” Efraim Inbar, director of the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies at Bar-Ilan University, told The Jerusalem Post in an interview on Sunday.

“The issue is political will,” said Inbar, arguing that we got to this point “because the US administration does not have the will to act against Iranian nuclear aspirations.”

“US-Israel relations are on a collision course because of [President Barack] Obama’s policy on Iran and during this difficult period Israel needs to minimize the damage to the pillars of US-Israel relations,” he said.

However, he says, “We cannot accept the American policy on Iran and sometimes small states have to oppose even superpowers’ policies.”

Iran and world powers reached a framework nuclear agreement on April 2 that would require Iran to shut down parts of its nuclear program that could be used to build a bomb, and accept intrusive inspections, in exchange for the West lifting economic sanctions.

Israeli political leaders and Republican congressional representatives have strongly criticized the deal.

READ MORE HERE:

‘Israel needs to find the right time to stop Iran’s nuclear program’ – Middle East – Jerusalem Post.

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A Preemptive Strike Being Planned by Israel?

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