The need to preempt Iran and export gas to Egypt was the reason the government gave to push through its controversial plan for Israel's natural gas. Now, this reason may no longer exist.08:52 31.08.15 | 1 comments
BJ: "Those continual artillery barrages from Syria are what started the war, THEY WERE MORE THAN ENOUGH." Rubbish. The war *started* on June 5 1967. June 5 1967 did NOT start with a Syrian artillery barrage. It started with an IAF sneak attack on Egyptian airfields. BJ: "It`s not your responsiblity or authority to determine what is enough." No, it's up to Article 51, UN Charter, and in the provisions of the Kellog-Brian Pack, and it's contained within the case law established in the Nuremberg Trials. Cross-border artillery barrages do NOT rise to the level of an "armed attack on a member state" under Article 51 UN Charter. Stop pretending that it does, coz it doesn't. BJ: "ANY of the raids/incursion/artillery bombardments were most CERTAINLY ENOUGH" Then the war starts THE INSTANT Syrian artillery OPENS FIRE. Not later at a time of your convenience. You don't get to pocket that card and play it when it suits you, dummy.