Israel, still war on nuclear power: “We need a Plan B against Tehran”

Israel accelerates operational plans to hit Iran’s nuclear program. After the capture of Kabul by the Taliban and the pause of negotiations between Washington and Tehran on nuclear power, concern is mounting. Alarm reported by the Chief of Staff of the Israeli army Aviv Kohavi, disclosed by the Israeli media. “The progress of the Iranian nuclear program has led the Israeli military to speed up its operational plans and the recently approved defense budget is earmarked for this,” he said. Warning that comes as the Israeli premier, Naftali Bennett, landed in the United States for talks with President Joe Biden and other senior US administration officials.

The agenda of the meeting is clear: the main threat is Iran and yours nuclear program which must be blocked and will continue to put pressure on the American ally on this. In recent days, Bennett announced the presentation at the White House of “a orderly plan formulated in the past two months to contain “the Islamic Republic” both in terms of nuclear power and with respect to its aggression on the region. “” I will tell President Biden that it is time to stop the Iranians, not to give them a lifeline in the form of return to an expired nuclear deal. It is no longer relevant, not even by the standards of those who once thought it was, “he added, emphasizing the new course of Israel, committed to forming” a regional coalition of reasonable Arab countries “which together with him “reject and block this expansion and this desire for domination” on the part of Tehran.

While on the Palestinian front, does not intend to annex the West Bank, as announced by its predecessor Benjamin Netanyahu from Washington a year and a half ago at the presentation of the US ‘Plan of the Century’ for the Middle East, but neither does it intend to allow the establishment of an independent state of their own.

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