Due in part to Russia, war between Israel and Iran is not on the horizon, despite rising tensions in Syria.
- Yossi Melman
THE FIRST two weeks of May were very hectic and dramatic for Israeli leaders and security chiefs in dealing with Iran.
On May 1, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu revealed that Mossad operatives had stolen Iran’s central nuclear archive, proving that the Islamic Republic had violated its nuclear deal with the six major world powers.
A week later, in light of the revelations, and more importantly, the contents of the stolen documents and…
A few hours after…