Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday that Iran has become very close to the nuclear bomb and announced that "the Zionist entity would not wait forever" regarding the military option against Tehran.
Netanyahu told CBS news program "Face the Nation" that the Iranians are building faster centrifuges that would enable them to jump the red line at a much faster rate - that is, within a few weeks.
The Zionist PM considered that the Iranian President Ahamdinejad was "a wolf in a wolf clothing," while the new President Rouhani is a "wolf in a sheep's clothing," accordingly Rouhani's strategy is "smile and build a bomb."
Netanyahu called on the Americans to be stricter in approaching the Iranian nuclear project and to resort to the military action in case the sanctions against Tehran did not work out.
The Israeli PM also warned the US officials against Iranian ballistic missiles that "would reach the American mainland," saying that Iran does not need such missiles to attack the Zionist entity because "the Iranians already possess missiles that can reach us."
According to Netanyahu, the latest regional developments, especially in Egypt and Syria imposed on the international community different priorities on their agenda.
The Israelis will do whatever is necessary to "defend the Zionist entity against the Iranian nuclear threats," Netanyahu concluded.