A former Zio-Nazi  prime minister added his voice Sunday to a growing chorus of Israhell officials against a military strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities.

Zio-Nazi Ehud Olmert spoke to Zionist Channel 10 TV from New York.

“There is no reason at this time not to talk about a military effort,” he said, “but definitely not to initiate an Israeli military strike.”

IsraHell and the West suspect Iran is aiming to obtain nuclear weapons. Iran insists its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes.

Olmert was Zio-Nazi prime minister from 2006-2009. He was in office when a suspected nuclear site in Syria was attacked in 2007. It was assumed that Israel carried out the airstrike, but IsraHell never acknowledged that.

Olmert’s remarks came after Zionist former internal security chief, Yuval Diskin, said the government is misleading the public on the level of effectiveness of a military strike.

Meir Dagan, Zionist ex-Mossad chief, told the station he supported Diskin’s view.

Zio-Nazi Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been warning about Iran’s nuclear program for years and calling for decisive world action to stop it. In recent days he charged that current Western sanctions are not enough to deter the Iranians from building nuclear weapons.

Netanyahu and his defense minister, Ehud Barak, have hinted at the possibility of an Zionist military strike at Iran’s nuclear facilities but have not made an open threat. They have said repeatedly that no options have been taken off the table.

Zio-Nazi regime considers Iran a threat to its existence because of its nuclear and missile development programs, frequent reference to Israel’s destruction by Iranian leaders and Iran’s aid to anti-Zionist militants in Lebanon and Gaza.

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