Netahyahu often declared the obvious: the main threat to Israel's existence today is Iran. It is also obvious that after the peace with Palestinians, Israel's leverage on BHO will be nonexistent. Hence, Netanyahu will have to use the talks as a leverage against Iran. This means that during the talks Israel will have to attack Iran, as obviously the US won't. Formally such an attack should not contradict peace talks with Abbas, however it will have an indirect "influence" on them. After an Israeli attack on Iran, we'll have retaliations from Iran, Hizballa and Hamas in terms of bombing Israel's population. Probably, people will not be worried to much about peace talks with Abbas after that. All this assuming Iran won't take over Iraq by then, nor Hamas and Hizballa will start to bomb us on their own initiative, in which case the situation is even worse.
from the article: A response to Pfc. Benn