Israel has not abandoned the military option of neutralizing the Iranian nuclear program, writes The Jerusalem Post, citing its own sources in the country's leadership. Moreover, it is precisely this way of resolving the crisis that becomes relevant, although it exacerbates its own intra-national differences.
According to the publication, increasing the level of enrichment of uranium by the Islamic Republic will inevitably bring a dangerous outcome - namely, the military scenario of Jerusalem against Tehran. According to expert estimates, the creation of a nuclear bomb from Iran today can take from 3 to 12 months. Among other things, the Iranians have to improve their delivery vehicles.
However, North Korea’s example indicates that the “threshold” for creating nuclear weapons can be overcome very quickly, contrary to any outside estimates.
There are obvious flaws in military decisions. The article argues that even an exceptionally accurate “surgical” attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities will lead Israel to a state of full-scale war with this country and its proxy forces.
Supporters of decisive action in the Israeli leadership insist that Tehran’s risk of getting a nuclear bomb outweighs the damage from a possible conflict.