It looks like we are en route to an agreement with Iran.
On the eve of the nuclear talks tomorrow in Baghdad there is optimism in the West.
The IAEA Chairman, visiting Teheran yesterday in an attempt to advance nuclear negotiations, announced that an agreement has been reached to settle the Iranian Nuclear crisis.
Here in Israel, the warnings abound: Iran will not halt it's race to a nuclear bomb.
Israel's response is expected, but it has even come out saying that time is running out for Iran – implying that it will attack the Islamic Republic.
The words coming out of Israel are as expected;
Defense Minister Ehud Barak expressed skepticism.
Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu said that the Western powers must not give in to Iran.
Senior Israeli diplomatic sources are saying that negotiations with Iran will not delay an attack.
The assessment in Jerusalem is that in the meeting tomorrow Teheran will not give in on it's 20% uranium enrichment stipulation, and therefore no breakthrough will be achieved.
Be sure to tune into the Harvest Show tomorrow where I will have a live report from Jerusalem to update you on the latest developments.
Middle East Correspondent