Israelis evenly split on Iran attack

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June 4, 2012 14:22

 
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Israelis are evenly split on whether or not the government should attack Iran's nuclear facilities, a poll by the Netanya Academic College released Monday shows.

Fifty-two percent of those polled oppose a strike on the Islamic Republic, saying that Israel must pursue all possible diplomatic routes, while 48% were in favor of attacking.

Eighteen percent believed Iran would try to annihilate Israel with a nuclear weapon, while 62.5% said Israel would be able to contend with an Iranian nuclear capability.

A third, and supposedly final round of nuclear negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 Western powers is scheduled to take place in Moscow on June 18 and 19.

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