# 1 At the end of the day, Fatmah, if Israel is... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Misha
    • 11.10.07 | 04:47 (IST)

    ...in danger, who cares about the price of oil. You always looking at things from one side only. You stated that in case of Israeli attack oil price will quadrupple. Couple of things here. #1 Not nesesserily to that extent, and if the US, EU, Japan's oil reserves will be oppen, oil price will fast come down to the preatack level if not below;#2 Americans will be awaken and blame Israel for the troubles. Possible, but not probable. What is more likely to happen, is that the brain power of the good USA will finally be redirected for good towards the energy independense of the oil hungry nation. What is much more important to me at least is: 1)Does Israel have the ability to deliver enough row power to bear on Iranian marked sites at least, to garantee the success; 2) Could it be done with conventional means; 3)Will Iran be able to react militarily after. Regards...

    from the article: Preparing for the military option
    First published 00:00 10.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 10.10.07
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