Israel’s $3B Planned Strike On Iran Revealed, Test Run Showed Complications Involved

The Israel Defense Forces has rolled out strike scenarios against Iran, but couldn’t determine the likely outcomes

FILE PHOTO: Israeli soldiers take part in a training session at the border between Syria and the Golan Heights. June 1, 2016. © Reuters / Baz Ratner


The Israeli military has reportedly drawn up several scenarios to strike Iranian targets, but warned the government that the outcomes of such actions – or their effects on Tehran’s nuclear program – were difficult to predict.

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) was allocated some nine billion shekels ($2.9 billion) to prepare for a possible attack on Iran, Haaretz reported on Wednesday.


To this end, the IDF has reportedly acquired advanced weapons, run air force training exercises and selected new strike targets in recent months.

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