While Americans have been focusing on the Obamacare rollout and all the issues associated with the new health care law, Israel has been focusing its attention on Iran.
Iran is reportedly just weeks away from producing enough uranium for a nuclear warhead. Israel has been sounding the alarm on Iran's fast-approaching capabilities to mostly deaf ears around the globe.
Now, with much of the world charmed by Iran's President Hassan Rouhani, even the United States has opened up talks with the rogue nation for the first time since the Iranian Revolution in 1979.
But is negotiating with the Islamic Republic on its nuclear program a good idea? How long can Israel delay action?
Ambassador Ido Aharoni, general consul of Israel in New York, will talk more about the Iranian nuclear threat to his country and the world, on The 700 Club, Nov. 4.