Vice Premier: Iran wouldn't necessarily retaliate to attack

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August 13, 2012 16:26

 
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If Israel attacks Iran it is not certain that Iran will strike back, Vice Premier Silvan Shalom told Israel Radio on Monday.

Shalom added that even if Iran does strike back, it has a limited number of missiles. In addition, if all of Syria, Lebanon and Gaza were to join in an Iranian retaliation, Israel could bring daily life to a standstill in those locations by targeting infrastructure centers, such as power plants, refineries, and more.

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