Israeli officials have made their opposition to the Biden administration returning to the Iran nuclear deal known. Some have even threatened a military strike on Iran if President Biden revives the deal, known as the JCPOA.
An Israeli source affirmed this to Breaking Defense in an article published on Monday. "Israel needs to know — and fast — whether Washington plans to stop Iran's race to the bomb or take some action to do this," the source said, speaking on the condition of anonymity.
The source said that Israeli intelligence is monitoring Iran's nuclear facilities closely. Israeli airstrikes on Syria were also mentioned, which have ramped up in recent months. "This pressure will continue and grow, as a preparation for a direct attack on targets in Iran," the source said of airstrikes in Syria.
Israel always claims its airstrikes in Syria hit Iranian targets, but they usually strike Shia militias. Last week, an Israeli airstrike hit Syria that reportedly killed four civilians and destroyed three houses.