Retired IDF General Thinks Israel Could Strike Iran Within Three Months

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Amir Avivi, 30-year Israeli Defense Force veteran who retired as a brigadier general and now serves as chairman of the Israel Defense and Security Forum think tank, believes that Israel could make a pre-emptive strike against Iran’s nuclear weapons program in as little as three months from now. Avivi says the Biden Administration has failed to provide a cohesive anti-Iran policy pushing Saudi Arabia into renewing ties with Iran with the assistance of China. Avivi said this and Russia’s decision to help arm Iran could push Israel to accelerate any plans to strike at Iran’s nuclear weapons program. He noted that Israel recently passed one of its largest defense budgets in history and the IDF was given 100% of what it asked for.