In the shadow of last night’s statement by the head of the Mossad that his organization would not allow Iran to produce nuclear weapons, Maj. Gen. (Res.) Amos Yadlin, former head of the Armed Forces, questioned whether Israel has any ability to attack.
The former head of the National Security Council claimed that the Iranians were using nuclear as a tool for negotiations so that there would be no good outcome from the nuclear talks, and said they were a few months away from bomb production.
Yadlin was interviewed by Radio 103, saying that “Prime Minister Naftali Bennett is right. There is no doubt that Iran uses the nuclear weapon as a tool for negotiations, so we have reached a point where any decision in Vienna will be bad for Israel.”
“The Iranians are close to the red line that if they cross it – we will have to attack, and Israel can attack even without American backing. The Iranians’ are 1-2 months away from a bomb,” he claimed.