Isn't that the reason you have poiticians? and all the expensive lawyers that go with them? You're not asking for an actual popular vote on the issue are you? Your choice now is to believe bibi or believe in your own government's capabilities.......That's precisely the sort of thing that should be debated. I dislike the sabre-rattlers because they seem so ready to disregard the price of a military action against Iran, which would be high. Let's be open about the high price and ascertain it in its true proportions; then we can talk for real about whether that price is greater than the price of 'doing nothing' or the risk associated with attempting, say, a negotiated solution. Or is the idea simply threatening in order to win a better deal at the negotiating table? Can that work? What's the risk?