Iran is on the point of being able to build a nuclear weapon within six or seven months and U.S. President Barack Obama has clearly set in Tehran a "red line" not to cross said Benjamin now Netanyahu.
Speaking on U.S. television, the Israeli prime minister said that Iran completed by mid-2013 90% of the way allowing him to have enough enriched uranium to make a nuclear bomb.
He urged the United States to impose a limit on the Islamic Republic not to cross or risk military intervention that Barack Obama refuses to do. "We must draw the red line in front of them now, before it is too late," Netanyahu said during the show "Meet the Press" on NBC. Such an initiative would probably just do not have recourse to force, he added.
This divergence of views between Barack Obama and Binyamin Netanyahu strongly strained relations between the United States and Israel.