Here is video of Martin Indyk, former U.S. Ambassador to Israel, now of the Brookings Institution. Indyk was commenting on whether he believes Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will act unilaterally to attack Iran in order to stop their drive to obtain Nuclear Weapons. He does not believe Netanyahu will do so, unless it becomes clear President Obama had abandoned his pledge to prevent Iran from developing Nuclear Weapons. So, he thinks it is really Obama’s decision, and that it would have far less consequences if the U.S. stopped Iran rather than Israel taking military action.