Jerusalem has operated under assumption that if Iran gets a bomb, then in the not very distant future between 50 and 70 thousand Jews will, in a space of a few milliseconds, reach the temperature of the surface of the Sun. Before that happens, Prime Minister Netanyahu, who vowed to prevent the acquisition of an ultimate weapon by Israel’s worst enemy, would probably see his political career destroyed. Each new month of delay brings closer the threshold beyond which the underground nuclear facilities will become impenetrable to the Israeli air assault. In the normal circumstances, the Israeli government will be content with the American promise to do the job if such a necessity arises. Unfortunately, the current circumstances are far  from normal. READ THE REST.