Israel finds itself in a very difficult situation ahead: Hit or be hit. Moreover, as the article indicates, the amount of time in peace it will buy before an Iranian recovery is to remain limited. Six months seems to be a worst case scenario whereas a generally reported five to seven years is best case. Combine that with diminished support from a turncoat US administration and the pressure of a closing window of opportunity builds up.
U.S. congressional report says Israel and U.S. do not know exact location of Iran nuclear facilities, which may be dispersed in such a way that an Israeli attack would not be successful.
Iran could probably rebuild most of its centrifuge workshops within six months after an attack on its nuclear sites, according to a new report by U.S. congressional researchers, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday.
Full article: Iran could recover from attack on its nuclear sites within six months, says U.S. report (Harretz)