November 4, 2012

Inside Israel's Nuclear Wargames

David Patrikarakos, Daily Telegraph

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Israeli military leaders have conducted a war game simulating a strike on Iranian nuclear facilities, five days after the US Presidential elections. They concluded such an operation could be pulled off without plunging the whole region into war. Iranian experts disagree.

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TAGGED: Nuclear Weapons, Middle East, Iran, Israel

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