Israel contemplates imminent strike on Iran CCTV News cctvnewschannel
China Central Television CCTV
Nov 10, 2011
In recent weeks, intense discussions have taken place in Israel’s military over whether to launch a strike against Iran’s nuclear facilities. Is such an operation likely to happen? — more info and videos
According to Israeli experts, in just a few months Iran will be capable of producing a nuclear bomb. The public and political debate is rising. Is it enough to settle for international sanctions, or must Israel embark on a military operation. In recent days the Israeli media reports that the Air Force has conducted several attack-exercises in Greek and Italian skies, where they practiced target-attacks at a distance of 1,500 kilometers, the exact distance between Israel and Iran.
The discussion inside the Israeli Cabinet between supporters and opposers is rising, and has not been decided yet.
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