Will the world respond to Iran's nuclear program with military force?
"It must be clear to Iran that if it continues to develop its nuclear program, the world will not respond with words, but with military force. Every time this was raised in the past, Iran stopped and withdrew," he insisted.
What would a revived Iran nuclear deal mean for the country?
Concluding a deal would further strengthen the regime, by offering it an economic lifeline of hundreds of billions of dollars through access to frozen accounts and export of more oil. Also, within eight years, a revived nuclear deal would pave the way to an internationally endorsed nuclear Iran, giving the regime great immunity to outside pressure.
How can we prevent Iran from getting a nuclear weapon?
"If the Iranian regime gets a nuclear weapon they are going to use it. The only way to prevent that is to put a credible military threat on the table and then negotiate a more durable and forceful deal," Lapid said during his speech to the 77th session of the UN General Assembly.
What should the United States do to get rid of Iran?
Third, the United States should pursue a “rollback” policy that deters further nuclear advances, weakens Iran’s power-projection capabilities and evicts its forces and proxies from around the region. Rollback itself is a significant goal, and it will raise the costs of the Tehran regime’s external aggression, accelerating its demise.