Group urges credible US military threat to Iran

By REUTERS
February 1, 2012 08:33

 
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WASHINGTON - The United States should deploy ships, step up covert activities and sharpen its rhetoric to make more credible the threat of a US military strike to stop Iran's nuclear program, a bipartisan group said on Wednesday.

Former US politicians, generals and officials said in a report that the best chance of stopping Iran's suspected pursuit of nuclear weapons was to make clear American willingness to use force, although it stopped short of advocating military action.

The report by a Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) task force of Democrats, Republicans and independents is to be formally issued on Wednesday and comes amid speculation about the possibility of an Israeli military strike against Iran.

There is little evidence to suggest that US President Barack Obama has any significant interest in the possibility of a military strike against Iran, though his administration has repeatedly said that all options are on the table.

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