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Reading AlwaysIsrael government statement protesting the United States that prohibits them from attacking Iran. According to Israel, the U.S. statement was the only benefit Iran and its nuclear program.

As reported by Haaretz, Tuesday, February 21, 2012, the protest submitted by the Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu related statements of Gen. Martin Dempsey, the U.S. military Joint Chiefs of Staff in an interview with CNN on Sunday.

In the interview, Dempsey said, "I think it is not a wise move at this time if Israel launched a military attack on Iran." He said the attack was not contributing to peace, instead will lead to instability.

According to Dempsey, too, the U.S. has been trying to persuade Israel not to attack Iran, but not heard. In addition, Netanyahu also expressed his protest about plans to attack Iran Israel that exposed U.S. military officials.

One is that aired on NBC two weeks ago. A U.S. military official said that Israel would attack Iran using the Jericho missiles, command and power of F-151 fighter aircraft. Netanyahu protest was presented to Tom Donilon, U.S. National Security Advisor, during his visit to Israel this week.

"We told Donilon that all the statements that the only benefit Iran. The country will see there is a controversy between the U.S. and Israel, and thinks the U.S. military denies. This will reduce the pressure on them," said one high official of Israel.

Plan of attack on Iran by Israel crowded reported last year after the IAEA report, which said that Iran was making nuclear weapons. This plan was opposed by the U.S. and its allies, the United Kingdom.

Responding to the possibility of an attack from Israel, Iran since yesterday held a military exercise with the scenario of protecting nuclear facilities from air attacks.
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