Mofaz: Attacking Iran is not an option

November 7, 2005 06:19
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Secretary of Defense Shaul Mofaz said that a military attack against Iran was not considered as an option at the moment. Speaking to Newsweek magazine, Mofaz noted that the diplomatic channel is the preferred way to deter Iran from its nuclear plans. He revealed that it was Iran who delivered the weapons-laden ship Karin A to the Palestinians. He claimed that Arafat promised in return to aid terror cells sent which Iran planned on dispatching to Israel. Mofaz referred to Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas as one who means well, but does not fulfill his policies in the Palestinian territories. Read interview »

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