The former chief of the Mossad, Efraim Halevy held talks with the U.S. with regards to Israel's handling of the nuclear crisis with Iran. HaLevi also referred to Republican U.S. presidential candidate Mitt Romney. "We have nothing to lose in talks with Iran," Halevy said, adding that in his opinion, the Ayatollah regime officials want, deep in their hearts, to find a solution. "The economic sanctions were very effective," he said. "They caused much damage to the regime.”
The senior official went on to say that over the years he has realized that you need to strategic plans. Overcome your enemies by force if necessary, but first, do everything you can to penetrate their psyche and try to understand the way they see things and where, if any, should be shared conversations kind or another. " Later on, Halevy said that "the way to a solution is not easy, and it requires creative ideas and political courage." Then, he referred to the position of U.S. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, and made strong allegations against him. Halevy said that Romney represents "terrorist interests of Israel and the United States…” He then went on to say that Romney "destroys any chance of solving the crisis. "