He'd like to believe, typically, that the problem of Iran's nukes will take care of itself, or be solved the way you might solve a spat between kindergarten kids. But, he says, Israeli officials keep divulging things to him and a few other Israeli journalists that intensely alarm him in spite of himself. Again, he'd like to believe that they're bluffing, trying to up the concern in the U.S. and Europe. Trouble is, he can't; it doesn't sound to him like they're bluffing. I don't think they are either.