Uzi Dayan: There is still time to prevent attack on Iran

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 16, 2012 10:38

 
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Head of the former National Security Council Uzi Dayan said there is still time to convince Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak to refrain from attacking Iran's nuclear facilities, The New York Times reported Wednesday.

Dayan, who confirmed to the paper that he met on Monday for over an hour with both Netanyahu and Barak at their personal residences, claimed that the government has not yet decided whether or not to attack.

“There is a window of opportunity,” said Dayan, who stressed that "if the United States would be much clearer and stronger about the sanctions on one hand and about what can happen if Iran won’t make a U-turn - there is not a lot of time, but there is still time to make a difference.”

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