WATCH: Dagan and Ashkenazi deny Caroline Glick’s claim that they prevented attack on Iran

Former Mossad chief Meir Dagan and Former IDF chief of staff Gabi Ashkenazi denied on Sunday claims made by Jerusalem Post Senior Contributing Editor Caroline Glick that they denied orders from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to strike Iran.

During a panel at the Jerusalem Post Annual Conference, Glick said that Dagan and Ashkenazi’s prevention of the military option in 2010 led to the current situation in which Iran is on the verge of getting a nuclear bomb.

"In 2010, according to a report from 2012 on the Israeli news program Uvda, we learned that two of the men on this panel were given an order to prepare a strike against Iran’s military installations and they refused," Glick said.


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