Ben Eliyahu: Israel can't strike Iran alone, needs US help

August 25, 2012 17:37


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Former OC Air Force Maj.-Gen. (res.) Eitan Ben Eliyahu on Friday added his voice to the chorus against a unilateral Israeli strike on Iran, according to Israel Radio.

Speaking at the Majdi Forum in Kfar Saba, Ben Eliyahu said even the United States would require the cooperation of foreign countries for such a complicated strike, and that Israel could not do it alone.

Ben Eliyahu added his opinion that Israel should proceed with a duel strategy of sanctions and international pressure over Iran's illicit nuclear program.

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