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Israeli report says Netanyahu, military were split over possible attack on Iran

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Israel's military leaders refused two years ago to put the country's army on alert for immediate action against Iran, telling Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak that Israel was not ready to take on Iran alone, according to a new documentary that aired here Monday. Publicly, Israel's leaders have always said that "every option is on the table" when it comes to stopping Iran's nuclear program. Defense analysts, however, have argued that it would be extremely difficult -- if not impossible -- for Israel to carry out an attack without U.S. support.

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