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    • 10.07.11 | 23:15 (IDT)

    Ya'alon should find something to do (he doesn't have a portfolio) istead of spinning conspiracy theories. Why do me need to imagine Iranian involvement in an economic issue that every country will pursue? Lebanon went to the UN LAST YEAR to define its maritime economic zone. They didn't threaten anyone but went to the body that is able to decide the issue based on international standards. The UN was also asked to draw the international border ("blue line"), and did to Israel's satisfaction. All this Israeli tale about Iran and conspiracies suggests that the Israeli position may not be kosher. It reminds me of the Taba issue. The Shamir government insisted that the place was within Israeli borders, causing Egypt to feel that she was being cheated on the peace deal. Only after years, when the issue was given to arbitration, did all the non-Israeli arbitrators conclude that Israel had no basis for any such claim and the place was given over to Egypt.

    from the article: Vice Premier: Iran, Hezbollah behind Lebanon protest over Israel sea border
    First published 21:21 10.07.11 | Last updated 21:21 10.07.11
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