Bloomberg: Israel’s chances to target Iran narrows with Putin entering the equation
Bloomberg posted a report that said, “Iran is seeking to obtain new advanced air defense systems from Russia, and that Israeli officials believe that these systems will narrow the window for a possible strike on Tehran’s nuclear program”.
Bloomberg quoted informed sources as saying that the possibility of Iran obtaining the Russian S400 systems will speed up the decision-making on a possible attack, and that Russia hasn’t announced publicly whether to provide the S400 and other weapons, but Moscow and Tehran have converged since the start of the Russian military operation in Ukraine.
The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said last week: “The longer you wait, the more difficult it becomes… We have waited too long… I’ll do everything in my power to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons”.
Bloomberg believed that an open military conflict with Iran may lead to the outbreak of an unparalleled regional conflagration affecting global oil supplies.
Western countries claim that Iran is currently providing Russia with drones for use in the Russian military operation in Ukraine, while Moscow and Tehran have denied all these allegations.
Likewise, the Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman, Nasser Kanaani, denied US media reports regarding the supply of Iranian weapons to the Russian side for use in the Russian special military operation.
On the other hand, doubts are increasing in Israel regarding the recent news, which was circulated by the media, regarding an Israeli desire to launch a military strike against Iran.
The Israeli Channel 13 quoted an Israeli diplomatic sources, assuring that Israel isn’t ready to attack Iran.
The Israeli media had previously quoted a security official as saying that the occupation army is unable to carry out any attack, as it suffers from a shortage of personnel, and the lack of readiness of emergency stores.
However, the exercises have been stopped, and the brigades haven’t trained for years, so that there is no training and education on weapons.
The new assertions about the lack of a serious military option against Iran in the hands of Netanyahu coincide with the statements of former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, last summer, in which he asserted that Israel doesn’t have a military option against Iran, and whoever says that Israel has a military option, In the sense of an all-out war and attack, this doesn’t exist.
The Israeli media also spoke earlier about the failure of the Israeli strategy towards Tehran, and the fear of any future confrontation.
This fear is no longer circulating in Israel only, but has also spread to Washington.
The American, The Intercept newspaper confirmed the contingency plan drawn up by the Pentagon for war with Iran, classified as the Iranian Conplan Plan or a conceptual plan.
The Pentagon developed a contingency plan for the war with Iran, and allocated spending for secret contingency operations related to the Iran war plan.