Israel is facing a chilling reality - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • spyguy
    • 30.10.07 | 15:57 (IST)

    Israelis should probably prepare themselves for a vastly different future than they have anticipated. Russia and China are increasing in geo-political power and the US is declining. Neither Russia nor China cares if Israel exists and Israel has absolutely nothing to offer either to get them to care even a little bit. Yea, I have heard all the Israeli bragging about how great they are with technology, but the reality is both Russia and China have similar OR BETTER capability. If the US/Israel start a war in the ME, Russia and China will probably finish it and Israel will cease to exist in the process and there will be absolutely NOTHING the US can do about it. The sad fact is the US has made itself extremely vulnerable to Russia, China and Iran, so Israel is basically out on a limb politically and militarily. I wouldn't want to be living in Israel, since it has a big target on it.

    from the article: China rejects Israel's call for tougher sanctions against Iran
    First published 00:00 30.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 30.10.07
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