Former Mossad chief: “An attack would be counter productive and could even strengthen the hand of Iran”

Former Mossad chief: “An attack would be counter productive and could even strengthen the hand of Iran”
# 19 June 2012 09:40 (UTC +04:00)
Baku. Konul Jafarli – APA. “An attack would be counter productive and could even strengthen the hand of Iran”, Meir Dagan, former director of Israel’s secret service Mossad, said in his interview on BBC World News.
Dagan explained why he opposes the military campaign against Iran. "In case of an attack, political pressure on the regime will disappear. If Israel will attack, there is no doubt in my mind that this will also provide them with the justification to go ahead and move quickly to nuclear weapons." He also predicted that the sanctions program engineered principally by President Obama may collapse as a result of an Israeli strike, which would make it easier for Iran to obtain the material necessary for it to cross the nuclear threshold.
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