By the spring of 2010, Israel will have to take its most difficult decisions ever: To attack Iran or allow it to continue with its nuclear program.
This is a statement by Yaakov Katz in The Jerusalem Post
Mark it down in your calendars: Spring 2010. If everything taking place right now on the Iranian front continues as expected, it is then that Israel will need to make one of its most difficult decisions ever .
By the spring of 2010, Israel will know the results of the dialogue between the world’s leading powers and Iran that is scheduled to begin on October 1, as well as whether the world will impose real, tough sanctions.
Following the disclosure last week of the existence of a secret uranium enrichment facility in a mountain near the holy city of Qom, there is a feeling in Israel that the world is now more serious than in the past regarding the need to talk tough with Iran and, if needed, to impose tough sanctions as well.
While Israel is extremely skeptical of a positive outcome from the talks, there is an understanding that it will need to wait for the dialogue to finish before taking any unilateral action.
Source: Yaakov Katz, The Jerusalem Post
Spring 2010, or next Christmas. The moment Iran tests its first nuclear bomb, it will be to late.
Just like the US. Iran is not just making one bomb. There will always be at least a couple. One for testing, and one for use.
Just ask the people of Hiroshima and Nagazaki.