Regions / Iran
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak may not be as gung-ho to attack Iran as thought.
The question is not whether Israel will attack Iran -- it already has.
The new arms race isn't about which state has more nuclear weapons.
The nuclear intelligence that the media is fixated on consists mostly of allegations of abstract research that have been floating around for years.
We need to acknowledge the genuine security concerns of Israel and Iran, as well as point out the objective hazards of nuclear-weapons possession.
Some Israelis argue that Israel alone is responsible for preventing Iran from gaining the necessary technology for nuclear weapons.
Israel must come clean about its own nuclear program if it hopes to be credible about nonproliferation with Iran.
The alleged assassination plot and the recent IAEA report are greasing the skids for war against Iran.
It behooves us to remember that Israel's nuclear weapons program is as illegal as Iran's would be.
And how implausible are Iran's claims that the IAEA Directorate General is politically compromised?