Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu uses a drawing of a bomb during his address to the UN General Assembly in New York, September 27, 2012. (DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images)
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu used his speech before the UN General Assembly yesterday to lecture the world – especially the United States – about the Iranian nuclear program, but also to lay out a new timeline that advances the date when Iran could have a nuclear bomb. Was it a smokescreen, designed to fool Iran into thinking Israel is no longer planning to launch an attack on its nuclear facilities in the coming months? Or has Netanyahu struck a deal with the Obama administration to ease up on criticism until after the election in exchange for American participation in an offensive against Iran next spring?
Click here to read the analysis of Netanyahu’s remarks from top intelligence experts writing at LIGNET.com
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