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Former Mossad boss says Iran “very rational,” strike is “a stupid idea”

American Vision News reports...

"Former Israeli Mossad head Meir Dagan is by all accounts a tough, hard, no-nonsense defender of his country. Bloomberg writer Jeffrey Goldberg writes of him,

In a country of hard men, Meir Dagan, the recently retired head of the Mossad, Israel’s foreign intelligence service, is one of the hardest. He is the Siberian-born son of Holocaust survivors, an ex- commando who has arranged the assassinations of many of Israel’s enemies.

He is devoted to the defense of his country, and, like most of Israel’s samurai class, sees Iran, and its Jew- hating, missile-obsessed leadership, as his country’s foremost threat, because of its nuclear intentions and its support for the Islamist terror groups that seek Israel’s destruction.

So it has come to the shock and surprise of many warhawks that this front-line defender of Israel is contradicting their spin against Iran. Dagan claims that the Iranian regime is “very rational,” and that “An attack on Iran before you are exploring all other approaches is not the right way how to do it.”

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