Yadlin criticizes Dagan for speaking out on Iran

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June 22, 2011 13:34

 
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Former IDF Intelligence chief Amos Yadlin on Wednesday criticized former Mossad chief Meir Dagan for speaking out against a potential military attack on Iran's nuclear facilities.

"It is not good to announce to our enemies what we are or are not capable of doing. Israel knows how to develop technological solutions and answers to threats and needs now to initiate diplomatic steps to its benefit," Army Radio quoted Yadlin as saying at the Presidential Conference in Jerusalem.

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