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Israel Can Strike Iran, But the Difficult Part Comes After, Ex-IDF Intelligence Chief Says

Tel Aviv has repeatedly raised concerns over the Iranian nuclear programme, which it claims is aimed at acquiring nuclear weapons – something that Tehran strongly denies. Israel has said that it won't allow this to happen and will take the necessary steps to ensure it, without elaborating on the matter.

Depending on how future negotiations currently being mulled on Iran's return to the nuclear accord go, Tel Aviv might face the tough choice of whether or not it should take action against the Islamic Republic, ex-chief of the IDF Military Intelligence Directorate, Amos Yadlin, said in an interview with 103FM radio.
He stressed that the Israeli military has capabilities to strike Iran in order to cripple its nuclear programme, but noted that the toughest challenge is not hitting Tehran, but what comes after.
"Israel has the military capability to attack Iran, the problem is not the attack but what happens after it. There are a lot of considerations here […] An attack is the last move after all other strategies have been carried out".

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