Israel Won't Rule Out Strike on Iran's Nuclear Sites

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A senior Israeli official dismissed as "more imaginary than real" a report in London's Sunday Times that the Israeli military has been told to prepare for a possible attack on Iran's nuclear sites at the end of March. But Amos Gilad, a senior defense ministry official, refused to rule out an attack in the future.

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