|Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday reiterated his willingness to attack the Iranian nuclear program without support from Washington or the world, returning to an aggressive posture that he had largely abandoned since his United Nations speech in September. Though American officials, including President Obama, have always acknowledged that Israel ultimately has the right to decide how to defend itself, Mr. Netanyahu's tough tone and timing -- on the eve of the American presidential election -- are sure to reignite rifts with Washington over how best to prevent Tehran from developing a nuclear bomb.
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