Israel has issued Iran a warning as the country are building a nuclear weapon and all “options and scenarios” are being considered including “military capabilities.”
The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) are due to revive the 2015 nuclear deal where talks between five countries are set to resume in Vienna on 29 November.
An unnamed security official said Tel Aviv has “no interest in a war with Iran, but we will not allow Iran to acquire nuclear weapons.”
Twice Israel has intercepted nuclear reactors of their enemies, the first time in Iraq in 1981 and the second in Syria 2007.
Iran’s nuclear activities were limited by the JCPOA and allowed their facilities to be inspected for international sanctions to be lifted.
Israel has conducted complex military training across the Israeli desert which includes fighter jets striking fixed targets and escorting a US bunker buster bomber.
Iran has also been conducting military exercises which has included special forces, airborne units and rapid reaction brigades.
Israeli National Security Adviser Yaakov Amidror said in response to the allegations Iran is making a nuclear bomb, he said, “Israel cannot live with a situation in which the Iranians are getting closer and closer to the bomb, and it will soon have to make a decision how to stop it.”
He added, “I don’t see any other way but to bomb it, because I don’t see the Iranians retreating from their dream of having a nuclear umbrella under which they can be even more aggressive than they are today.”
Iranian Brigadier General Amir-Ali Hajizadeh said of Israel’s military exercises, “They fully know that they can only be the initiator of any military action against Iran, but we’ll be the one who decides the ending.”
Amidror added, “Everyone in Israel understands that a strike might lead to a very complicated war.”