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Israel, U.S. Have Different Timetables For Iran

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Robert Siegel speaks with Amos Yadlin, the director of Israel's Institute for National Security Studies. General Yadlin says he hopes President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will create a "zone of trust" when they meet next week. He says the issue is that Iran's nuclear program may soon progress past a point where Israel has the capability to stop it. The question is whether the United States will promise to take out Iranian nuclear facilities — or provide Israel with the means to do it — if Israel agrees to wait for further diplomacy.

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