While existing sanctions have contributed to constraining the Iranian regime's nuclear program, this latest sanctions proposal against Iran's central bank could make dealing with Iran harder and war more likely.
Even amongst the proponents of interventionism and its theorists, a full-scale invasion of Iran is far from popular, yet the limited effectiveness of air strikes, either American or Israeli, has been widely acknowledged.
Iran's recent attempt to ship arms to Hamas in Gaza is an act of war committed by the Iranian government against the Israeli government. Israel is now in its legal right to put military action on the table.
Though a meltdown at a nuclear power plant would be disastrous, an even more urgent threat is posed by the possibility of a nuclear weapon or weapon-making material falling into the hands of terrorists.