"New intelligence reveals Iranian military nuclear program advancing faster than previously thought" breathlessly reported by Barak Ravid at Haaretz. My brief takes:
- The MeK are hardly the most trustworthy or unbiased source for "intelligence" on the Iranian regime's activities.
- For Bibi to argue to Mitt Romney that the fall of Idi Amin's Uganda regime three years after the IDF raid on Entebbe bodes well for a similar result if Israel-America was to bomb Iran is, shall we say, quite a stretch - and by no means sufficient rationale to launch strikes.
- How does one reconcile this report with Ehud Barak's statement - only days ago! - that Iran does not have a nuclear weapons program?