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LIGNET—Analyst: 'Very High' Chance of Israeli Strike on Iran

Friday, 11 May 2012 12:42 PM

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, second from right, and members of his new government meet with EU foreign commissioner Catherine Ashton to discuss their concerns about Iran’s nuclear weapons program. (GPO via Getty Images)
David Wurmser, a top strategist for former Vice President Dick Cheney, told LIGNET.com in an exclusive interview that the chance of a preemptive Israeli attack on Iran's nuclear installations is "very high" and could very well come at the end of the summer, when Israel has completed necessary preparations. Wurser dismissed media speculation that the new governing coalition in Israel will force Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the center and reduce the chance of an attack. The opposition, he says, is actually now uniting behind Netanyahu.

Click here to read the full analysis from top intelligence experts at LIGNET.com.







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