Israel’s Government believes that international sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program, Iran has made on the verge of bankruptcy. But even so, such sanctions still could not make Iran give up its nuclear program.
“Iran is on the verge of bankruptcy due to the sanctions, and the rise of protest actions against the ayatollah, but these sanctions did not deter the regime in power in Tehran to pursue its nuclear ambitions,” cetus Vice Foreign Minister told Israel public radio Danny Ajalon Israel as reported by the AFP News Agency, Thursday (29/9/2012).
Israel officials had previously repeatedly deliver their skeptimisme over the effectiveness of sanctions on Iran. Israel in fact often flashes a threat of war on Iran’s nuclear facilities if sanctions don’t succeed in making Iran stop uranium enrichment activities.
While the United States continues to ask Israel to give more time for international sanctions were working. Although Washington did not rule out the possibility the ways outside of diplomacy to halt Iran’s nuclear program.
Israel is also the United States and European countries suspect Iran secretly tried to develop atomic weapons through its nuclear program was run. But it repeatedly objected to Iran’s Government. Asserted Tehran, its nuclear program is solely for peaceful purposes, namely the nuclear plant as a.