According to some reports, covert action by American and Israeli special forces may already be underway to sabotage Iran’s nuclear facilities from the ground. It is a long shot, but long shots are the last resort of desperate nations.Of-course, they wouldn't be so desperate if Europe, which has been in charge of the effort to get Iran to climb down the tree, actually cared about the problem and was doing something more than simply wagging its finger vaguely in the direction of Iran.
To make matters worse, Davis explains that while the world is focused on Iran, there is strong reason to suspect that three other Middle Eastern countries have serious nuclear ambitions: Syria (which is possibly cooperating with Iran), Egypt (where the IAEA recently found evidence of secret nuclear experiments, though when they took place is unclear), and most importantly, Saudi Arabia (which recently bought $3b. worth of missiles which are best suited to carry nuclear warheads, and is reportedly helping fund Pakistan's nuclear programme). And they can rest assured, after watching what's happening with Iran, that no one will do a thing to stop them until it's too late.