Ex-Mossad chief grilled over Iran remark

Israeli
officials have roundly criticized ex-Mossad chief Meir Dagan for
calling a possible attack on Iran “a stupid idea,” saying such remarks
undermine Israel’s ability of prowess.

“Any ability to disperse the ambiguousness surrounding the issue of
Iran hurts Israel’s standing against Iran,” Israeli Defense Minister
Ehud Barak said during an interview with Israel Radio.

He added that the military option against Iran must remain on the table.

Analysts say the remarks signal growing Internal rifts in Israel over its confrontation with Iran.

Israeli Infrastructure Minister Uzi Landau said on Sunday, “There is
much to his [Dagan’s] credit but he failed in the things that he said
especially when Israel is trying to create a certain impression towards
Iran.”

Israel’s Science and Technology Minister Daniel Hershkowitz said an
indictment against Dagan should be considered, adding that he should not
have made the comments whether they were correct or not.

“If someone came out of a cabinet meeting and discussed Israel’s
capabilities or lack thereof, he would be indicted for compromising
national security…His statements harm the people who stood behind him.
Perhaps it would have been better to just keep his mouth shut,”
Hershkowitz said.

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