He never said other countries would join an attack... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • JoeKanuck
    • 26.04.12 | 20:53 (IDT)

    ...he said other countries had readied their militaries, which is only prudent since war has a nasty habit of spreading. What is impossible to say is how many other countries could get involved in case of an Israeli attack, and who they would support. Saudi is all talk...they have enough problems at home...and a few missiles could definitely damage their income...they won't join an attack, (though may allow an Israeli flyover). Bahrain will do whatever the USA and Saudi want it to do. Nobody else in the region will want any part of a war.

    from the article: IDF chief: Other countries are prepared for possible Iran strike
    First published 15:45 26.04.12 | Last updated 15:45 26.04.12
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