"The starkest example yet came in the summer of 2007. Israel and Syria both raised their alert levels and expanded military exercises. Jerusalem said it had no intention of attacking, Military Intelligence said it feared a war might break out because of a "miscalculation." The rest is history: The Israel Air Force (so foreign reports say) bombed a nuclear facility in Syria. And the paranoid became convinced they really were after him - even though this time, Damascus decided not to respond." And you call Arabs paranoiacs for worrying about an Israeli attack? The example you give only proves that they should never believe what Israeli officials say. It also shows how much restraint they exercise in the face of Israeli provocations.
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