'World won't show same restraint for attack on Iran as in Sudan case'

Following reports of an IAF strike on a Gaza-bound arms convoy in Sudan, Israeli officials estimated that the international community, which showed restraint for the apparent air raid, as well as for the reported September 2007 bombing of a suspected Syrian nuclear reactor, would not give the same green light for an attack on Iran's nuclear facilities. "Western countries have economic and other interests in Teheran, so such an attack would exact a heavy price on the entire world," Army Radio on Friday morning quoted the officials as saying.