By Ted Belman
Barry Rubin, Why Israel Shouldn’t Attack Iranian Nuclear Installations–Unless It Has to Do So, thinks not at least until an attack by them seems immenent. I told him that I tend to agree with him except that I believe the purpose of the attack should be to bringdown the regime. He agreed and said he intended to write a follow up.
The Oxford Research Group, which promotes non-violent solutions to conflict, said military action should be ruled out as a response to Iran’s possible nuclear weapons ambitions.
Daniel Pipes arguesHow to Save the Obama Presidency: Bomb Iran.
Sarah Palin agrees.
Gen. Ray Odierno, commander of the shrinking U.S. expedition in Iraq, says that Iran-backed militias in Iran now pose a greater threat to the military and political security of Iraq than does al-Qaeda.