(New York) -- A top Israeli official warned a few targeted airstrikes could cripple Iran's nuclear program for years. Deputy Foreign Minister Daniel Ayalon said in an exclusive interview with ABC News Radio that while Iran's nuclear operations are vast, well-aimed airstrikes could create bottlenecks and effectively shut down the program.
In New York for the United Nations General Assembly, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad issued a warning of his own on Monday. He promised "War without Boundaries" if the United States allowed Israel to attack Iran's nuclear plants.
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