The Zionist Knesset discussed the question of the possibility of Israeli military attack on Iran's nuclear facilities, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said all options are on the table considering the Iranian issue.
On the conclusion of the Zionists debate so-called "the dilemma of the attack against Iran", MK Michal Eitan read Netanyahu's opinion in the matter and said "the prime minister and the authorities in charge are working to stop Iran's nuclear armament."
Eitan added "the Israeli attempts do not stop and we will make every effort to recruit other countries," claiming that "the Iranian threat poses a threat not only to Israel but to the whole world's peace."
This debate reveal for the first time that the issue of a possible attack on Iran is publicly discussed in a meeting of the Knesset. Knesset memberof the "Jewish House", Zevulun Orlev said "Israel can not allow to itself to be under nuclear threat from Iran, which its leaders announced openly about their intentions to Eliminate Israel." Orlev added that the report of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on Iran, express in about 100 pages that the Iranians are heading for a nuclear bomb so it is prohibited for them to possess nuclear weapons, and this aim can not be reached by a debate in the Knesset or in the newspapers."
Zionist Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman also said before the Foreign and Security Committee of the Knesset that "Iran poses a challenge to the entire international community," adding that the report of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) returned the Iranian issue to the forefront, and that the important debates taking place in this regard are those conducted by the United States President Barack Obama in Hawaii with the presidents of Russia and China. Lieberman saw that wisdom lies in taking a deep breath and not to gossip because it is helping Iran."