Iran inversely proportional to Israel - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • jeffrey2425
    • 22.04.10 | 06:43 (IDT)

    W/o russo-sino help sanctions will be ineffective. Israel can attack on its own accord but it will fight alone and will not endure a war of attrition given its fragile demoographic make-up. I am sure there exists a critcal mass of casualties that Israel cannot withstand w/o affecting its demographic future, hence, the need for nukes (read Meir's threat to use nukes if the US did not supply it with more weapons in '73). Analyst is right in stating that Iz needs to conform. Iran does indeed offer more strategic value than Iz given its location, resources and influence w/i the new geopolitical center of central asia. Iz had more value during the Cold War and now is in search of a new geopolitical role. As long as peace w/ the Pals/Arabs remains non-existent so too Iz's role in any geopolitical sphere - anything she touches will turn to stone. LMAO

    from the article: Top U.S. official: Military strike on Iran was never 'off the table'
    First published 14:15 21.04.10 | Last updated 21:52 21.04.10
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