Meir Dagan

Tens Of Thousands Gather In Tel Aviv For Anti-Netanyahu Rally


Jerusalem — Tens of thousands of Israelis gathered in Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square calling for a change in the government.

Israel's Iran credibility problem

Catching up on the Iran issue, my attention was snagged by a Ha'aretz report today that the new head of Israel's Military Intelligence says Iran could have nuclear weapons “within one or two years.”

With Stuxnet Delaying Iran’s Bomb, Is the Urgency Gone?


WASHINGTON (JTA) -- In the wake of revelations that a computer virus may have set back Iran’s nuclear weapons program, the Western groups and analysts that track the Islamic Republic are saying “More of the same, please.”

The benefits of a nonviolent program that inhibits Iranian hegemony by keeping the country's nuclear weapons program at bay are obvious: Better to stop Iran with cyber warfare -- in this case, the Stuxnet computer virus, which reportedly caused Iran’s nuclear centrifuges to spin out of control -- than actual warfare.

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