‘Israel can’t last long in regional wars’ [Expect nuclear response in real regional war]

The author explains that a difficult regional war will push Israel to use nuclear weapons. With all signs pointing to a regional war, the next war could very well include an Israeli nuclear response.

In an interview with Press TV, Ahmed warned, “As the experience of long wars [show], any war with a formidable state in the region or a formidable force in the region will push Israel to use something more than conventional weapons.”

He argued that so far, all the regional wars against Israel have been limited wars and that is why they have not yet threatened the existence of Israel.

PressTV – ‘Israel can’t last long in regional wars’

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