Ynet says, Iran is not an existential threat:
Former Mossad Chief Ephraim Halevy warned against an Israeli strike on Iran, saying that the results of a confrontation could be devastating for the Mideast.
"The State of Israel cannot be destroyed," he told Ynet on Friday. "An attack on Iran could affect not only Israel, but the entire region for 100 years. "The former head of the Israeli secret service said Thursday during an army boarding school reunion that while Iran should be prevented from becoming a nuclear power, its capabilities are still "far from posing an existential threat to Israel." "The growing haredi radicalization poses a bigger risk than Ahmadinejad," Halevy said, adding that "the ultra-Orthodox extremism has darkened our lives."
Netanyahu thinks that the heads of Mossad and Shin Bet may have leaked plans for the attack so as to undermine them. Netanyahu is good for Israel like Nixon was good for the Republican Party.
Brits said to be thinking of Iran attack-- Sullivan can't imagine a crazier strategy, with devastating consequences... (thanks to Voskamp)