There is a pattern there. Perhaps you’d think that Iran is different from Iraq and Syria, which is in many ways true. But the same rule applies: Israel and the US — and many countries in the region — are dead set against Tehran owning nuclear bombs.
So will Israel attack Iran?
It all depends on whether the time is right and on how real is the threat of Iran making a bomb. The tipping point may be reached, I would say, if Iran decides to move its nuclear facilities to secure areas, as in the mountainous parts of the country where a missile strike could become useless. If the Iranians show any sign of moving in this direction, then the possibility of a strike is not to be ruled out.