Iranian FM: Israel will not attack
Israel is almost unlikely to enter another adventurism, Iran's Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said. "The possibility of Israel entering another military struggle is almost zero," Mottaki told reporters in New York.
According to IRNA, he noted that Lebanon's victory in the 33-day war in the summer of 2006 "has smashed the legend of Israel's invincibility" and has faced the Tel Aviv regime with legitimacy crisis.
Noting that Israel is currently more vulnerable than any other times, Mottaki said after their humiliating defeat at the 33-day war against Lebanon, Israel was "looking for different subjects to overshadow its defeats." "We do not believe that Israel is in a position to make another military attack in the region," Mottaki conveyed.