"The Iran-Israel Nuclear Endgame is Much Closer"
That's the assessment of investigative journalist Edwin Black, writing in today's edition of the Jerusalem Post.
Mr. Black bases theory on a number of recent developments, including Tehran's recent, successful launch of a satellite; an admission by the International Atomic Energy Agency that it had underestimated the size of Iran nuclear material stockpile; plans by the Iranian military to acquire the S-300 air defense system from Russia, and Benjamin Netanyahu's recent election victory in Israel.
We can't disagree with Black's analysis; in fact, we've been saying the same thing for several months. Here are some of our recent posts on the gathering storm, from November and December of last year, and another piece published last month.
Labels: Iran; Israel; nuclear program