To the editor:
There is a rather "large bear" in Iran's part of the world who really doesn't want nuclear weapons close to their southern border, especially from a country who might assist militants fighting against that bear.
Recent history shows that this "bear" also has been slow in constructing and equipping the nuclear reactor they're building for Iran.
For those advocating that the U.S. or Israel attack the Iranian nuclear infrastructure, I'd suggest relaxing.
That "bear" already has more pervasive access to that infrastructure, and, when the time comes, they will act. Meanwhile we can avoid any negative reaction because the attack won't have come from us.