Israel, days or weeks,will not attack Iran

Israel, days or weeks,will not attack Iran

Jerusalem : Israel | Mar 09, 2012 at 3:53 AM PST
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Invincible Me: Israel drums up for Iran strike

Ahsan Premee

Associated Press Service

Israeli Prime Minister Bnjamn Netanyahu has said that Iran international Punishment will give the progress of its nuclear facilities, the next days or weeks, I have no plans to attack them.

Speaking to Israeli TV, Mr Netan yahu said he would prefer a peaceful resolution of the issue, but he emphasized that Israel will not allow Iran to have get nuclear weapon.

He made ​​this statement on his return from Washington, where a day before he was Israel through diplomacy or sanctions to stop Iran's nuclear program can not take more risks.

Mr. Netanyahu about Iran at the United States 'fundamental differences' between Israel and recognize Israel, saying Tehran's nuclear program, Washington has felt most at risk.

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