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persuade Iran to modify training course

Posted Dec 13 2012 6:40am
persuade Iran to modify training course.   Netanyahu told an American television audience Iran is in a final sprint to nuclear-weapons capacity.   They are very close. They are six months from being about 90 percent of having enriched uranium for an atom bomb.   The primary minister spoke on NBC s Meet the Press program, days after chiding the international community for what he perceives as its failure motorcycle diagnostic tool to set a clear red line on Iran s nuclear program that would trigger a armed forces response. Netanyahu again argued for a more aggressive international army posture towards Tehran, saying preemptive motion is the lesser of two evils.   A lot of leaders call me, tell me, Do not do it, it is not necessary. The danger of acting is much greater than not acting. And I always say the danger of not acting, in time, is much greater. Because Iran with nuclear weapons would mean that the kind of fanaticism you see storming your embassies would have a nuclear weapon.   The Israeli leader s position contrasts with that of the Obama administration. Also appearing on Meet the Press was America s ambassador to the United Nations, Susan Rice, who said Iran has but to cross the nuclear-weapons threshold.   They are not there yet.  And our assessment is - and we share this regularly with our Israeli counterparts in the intelligence vag dash com and defense community - that there is time and space for the pressure we are mounting, which is unprecedented in terms of sanctions, to still yield results. This is not imminent.   Rice noted that international sanctions are taking a heavy toll on Iran s economy. She said President Barack Obama is committed to preventing Iran from building a nuclear weapon, but will exhaust all non-military options before going to war.   Iran insists its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes.   Differences of opinion between the United States and Israel over Iran are being highlighted during the U.S. presidential campaign.    Obama
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