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    • Strictly Frank
    • 05.11.10 | 21:30 (IST)

    That best describes the relationship between Israel and the US, and one of the major reasons why there has been no peace in the region. When the Prime Minister of Israel calls the most powerful person in the world and supposed "neutral peacebroker" and "asks ie orders" him to bomb the compound, you know something is extremely wrong. There was never any doubt Israel was behind it, and it is right that Syria and Iran shouldn't have WMDs. Then neither should Israel- in fact no country in this volatile region, including Turkey, should. Better yet, dismantle every nuclear warhead out there. But with "neutral" peacebrokers and leaders of the "free world" like Dubbya, none of this is ever going to happen- the injustice and suffering by innocent Israelis, Pals, and others will endure, unfortunately.

    from the article: Bush: Olmert asked me to bomb suspected Syria nuclear plant
    First published 19:57 05.11.10 | Last updated 19:57 05.11.10
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