The former head of Israel's military intelligence agency is asking President Barack Obama to visit his country in an effort to prevent or at least delay any Israeli military action against Iran.
Amos Yadlin's pitch was published in the Washington Post as an op-ed Saturday. He was quite clear, stating:
“The U.S. president should visit Israel and tell its leadership – and, more important, its people – that preventing a nuclear Iran is a U.S. interest, and if we have to resort to military action, we will.”
The Obama visit was part of a five-step plan that Yadlin presented in his piece. Read the entire proposal here.
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