Israel: U.S. will not be notified if we attacked Iran (This is concerning)
Tuesday, February 28, 2012 16:59
U.S. intelligence official said that Israel may not threaten the United States if it decides to target Iran’s nuclear program, a program which the West says he has a military dimension, but experts believe, however, that Tehran does not seem ready yet to the level of industrial uranium enrichment.
The U.S. official said in a press statement, without disclosing his identity, said Israeli officials including Defense Minister Ehud Barak and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told U.S. officials adults visited Israel to non-reporting of the Washington Israel’s intentions would mean that the U.S. administration will not bear the responsibility to prevent a possible attack on Iran.
U.S. officials are trying to convince Tel Aviv that the Israeli strike will not do more than temporarily disable the program.
But the Israeli position is also its source of disappointment Washington’s policy, after having convinced Israeli officials that they do not want to attack Iran or not to accept a unilateral act against it.
It will be the common position of Iran issue in talks to some senior Israeli officials in Washington next few days, according to intelligence official.
The warning came while trying to Tel Aviv and Washington to provide a picture of the world in a position Tzaarhama united in their stance from Tehran.
But Dac Rupersberger “which is the most senior Democrat on the Intelligence Committee in the U.S. House of Representatives,” which visited Israel recently said, “I feel that Israel is very serious on the subject of military targeting their nuclear facilities.”
He added that Tel Aviv believes that Washington can not very well the military dimensions of the progress made by Iran to enrich uranium, and felt it would have to take decisions by themselves.
He said Israeli Defense Minister that Iran’s continued enrichment would mean that there will soon be tolerated.
And tried a number of intelligence officials and processes for Americans to keep the channel open dialogue with Tel Aviv, and was built options to use U.S. military bases in the region to implement a possible strike as a way to ensure the Washington flag advance Israel’s intentions, according to intelligence official said the American and former U.S. official familiar with the communications. end