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U.S., Israeli officials air public disagreements over upcoming nuclear talks with Iran

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The difference in policies of the U.S and Israel about Iran is spilling over in to the news. Biden does not want to risk an all-out war with Iran and its aftermath, On the other hand the Iranian government is getting too close to the bomb for Israel’s comfort.

Mossad has done as much as they can. Mossad is just not enough against Iran.

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A couple of months ago when the new prime minister of Israel was in the U.S. There was an agreement between both countries not to talk about Iran policy in public. This agreement was broken in Bahrain yesterday.

The long and short of the story is that the U.S wants a political settlement with Iran in coming set of negotiations on Nov29, while according to Mossad Iran is very close to having the bomb. The previous director of Mossad has said that although Iran can have enough enriched uranium soon, but they are far from being able to put it on top of a missile and ignite it.

This scenario reminds me of the Iraqi weapons of mass destruction. Israel was worried about its eastern front (Iraq) and the only solution was American military intervention. There is a giant difference between the Iraq problem and Iran. After the debacles in Iraq and Afghanistan, the U.S does not have the appetite to waste trillions of dollars and have thousands of casualties.

Israel is pushing to get the permission to bomb the Iranian nuclear sites. That would take care of Israel's anxiety temporarily, but the U.S has to deal with its aftermath. Even if U.S and Israel bomb the hell out of Iran. Iran will begin to make the bomb again, but this time in hiding and the U.S will have another North Korea on its hands.

Personally, I do not give a damn about the bomb. However, any altercation with the U.S. will increase the chances of survivability of Iranian government.

Submitted on Sunday, Nov 21, 2021 at 8:56:26 PM

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