It's far too soon to guess what will happen. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • J Thomas
    • 15.03.10 | 06:07 (IST)

    Maybe Netanyahu's government will fall and they'll call for new elections. Maybe AIPAC etc will make Obama apologise and things will completely get back to normal. An increased number of anti-zionist americans will watch in impotent fury while both political parties compete to see who can give the most to Israel. Maybe Israel will make a big show of making peace with Syria and draw attention away from West Bank. Maybe Israel will go to war with Iran and draw attention away from West Bank. Would Obama resupply Israel for a war they started against his orders? And if he doesn't .... I can't predict at all. Will the US media report what's going on? If not US citizens will not be outraged at Israel and will not understand Obama saying mean things to Netanyahu. Will Israeli voters prefer candidates who talk tough and say Israel can go it alone? If more of those get elected than last time, it will be hard to set up a coalition without them....

    from the article: Jerusalem council drops construction, apparently due to U.S. crisis
    First published 13:40 14.03.10 | Last updated 15:34 14.03.10
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