Former AMAN chief Yadlin: Iran has crossed Netanyahu’s last red line
Amos Yadlin, former military intelligence chief, said Tuesday that Iran has crossed the red line Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu laid down before the UN Assembly last September. None of the measures for halting Iran’s race for a nuclear bomb have worked, he said. Tehran heeded the Israeli prime minister’s warning for a short while before returning to uranium enrichment at speed.
Likud lawmaker Tzahi Hanegbi said that the Iranian nuclear bomb program is in its final lap. The moment for a decision to halt Tehran’s capacity for building a bomb will be at hand only in the next month or two. Hanegbi disclosed that Netanyahu warned US President Barack Obama when he visited Israel last month that action to stop a nuclear Iran must be taken now or never.