Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert gave an interview on Friday night to Israeli Channel 2 in which he attacked Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the latter’s security spending and the way in which he approached a particular issue. Olmert didn’t say the word “Iran,” but his message cannot be misunderstood:
In the last two years we have spent more than 11 billion NIS (3 Billion USD) on security delusions that were not carried out and will not be carried out… it is a sum which is well beyond the multi-year budget […]
Olmert added that he
…believes that these moves will not be carried out, because 2012 was “the decision year.” During last year they scared the entire world and eventually nothing was done on this issue.
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