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Thursday, September 10, 2009

Former Mossad head says Iran can only be stopped militarily

Former Mossad chief Danny Yatom told Army Radio on Wednesday night that Iran's drive for nuclear weapons can only be stopped by military action that the United States is unlikely to approve.
According to the former intelligence chief, the "world needs to understand - an Iranian bomb poses a risk to its safety."

However, he added, he could not see "a U.S.-led world ready to take risks involved in striking Iran's nuclear facilities."

U.S. envoy to the United Nations Susan Rice said Wednesday that the United States intended to study carefully Iran's proposals for resolving its nuclear standoff with the West, submitted earlier that day, and said she hoped its offers would be constructive.

"We hope that what is contained in that response is a serious, substantive and constructive response to the P5 + 1 proposal," U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice told reporters after a meeting of the UN Security Council. "We will study the content carefully."
While they are 'studying,' Israel may have to act. We are quickly reaching the point where there is no choice.


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