You're so angry with Yaakov and you're loosing the core of the discussion, and please, forget your stereotypes just for a second. As far as I can see Yaakov is pointing a very trascendental issue, as the hypotesis of an action against Iran based on wrong analysis of the situation in Middle East. Certainly Iran isn't Irak, and the consequences of a military intervention could be an absolute disaster, Israel included. Don't you see the danger? But the american-israelí stablishment is quite blind and arrogant with all those impressive big weapons and God supporting the good boys side... then, follow this road and tell me later what's up with the zionist dream, because America is quite far away from the battle scenery.
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