The Iranian Dilemma: Israel (Part 1)

Kazerooni, Ibrahim; Prince, Rob
November 2011
Foreign Policy in Focus;11/15/2011, p3
The author discusses issues pertaining to a potential attack against Iran by Israel. In the middle of the Arab Spring protest movements, the involvement of Israel in anti-Iranian campaigns has intensified. Israel continues to view Iran as its adversary particularly after news about the advancement of the nuclear weapons program of the latter. A fabricated incident involving the Saudi Ambassador to the U.S. is said to have urged further offensive actions against Iran.


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