Ex-Mossad chief Ephraim Halevy, and Israel's FM suddenly backtrack on the obvious: Iran is an existential threat to Israel. Why? My guess is that the mantram the Israeli government has used, that Iran is a threat to the whole world, somehow didn't find empathic ears willing to translate that empathy into decisive action. So now the Israeli government wants to "de-Israelize" the Iranian issue, so that Israel itself doesn't get in the way of the world finally realizing Iran's threat and actually doing something about it. It is such a clumsy, sudden U-turn, that I can't help but remember Mel Brook's "Get Smart" TV parody.
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from the article: Livni behind closed doors: Iran nukes pose little threat to Israel