Former Military Intelligence Chief Major-General (Res.) Amos Yadlin believes Israel should "stop informing the enemy of what we can and cannot do."
Yadlin spoke Wednesday at the Conference of Presidents in Jerusalem.
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Addressing threats in general and the Iranian threat in particular, he said that "Israel has known in the past, as it does in the present, how to develop technological means to meet threats. It should also develop diplomatic moves to its advantage."
Yadlin advised to keep a close eye on the unrest in the Arab world: "Israel can't affect the changes taking place in the Arab world, it may be better off not interfering.
"In the long run, I think these changes are an opportunity for Israel. I'm an optimist. The values the fought for in Tahrir Square are the same as ours," he concluded.
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