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    How Israel will respond: options and level of risk

    Israel mulls how to respond to Iranian attacks

    Israel's War Cabinet is busy discussing within the Kirya, or “Campus”, how respond to Iranian attacks.

    Talks are believed to focus on the timing and scope of Israel's response. The immediate response was reportedly called off after pressure from Joe Biden, and there is also the question of whether Israel will be forced to go it alone as the US – its staunchest ally – has said it will not support a direct attack on Iran.

    Analysts believe Israel will weigh whether to respond according to Iran's intentions or the fallout from its attack, which largely missed any targets.

    “The question now is: what will the policy be correct? What could hold back? What would cause less harm to those not involved? Who will support [Israel] and who will participate in the action?” This was stated by Mickey Aaronson, former senior director for foreign policy at Israel's National Security Council.

    Here's a look at Israel's possible options and their level of risk.

    Targets inside Iran

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