The bigger problem for Israel - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Bitcoin Li
    • 29.05.13 | 18:44 (IDT)

    In normal times that kind of instability among local Muslims might help, but right now a conflict like that among 'lower level' factions will just accelerate the growing tendency toward unification among Shia and Sunni in political matters. Because Israel's tactics are so familiar to the world by now, it will happen in a moment, suddenly, that Muslims unite.

    from the article: Israel can stand to gain from Syria's civil war, as long as it avoids interfering
    First published 10:59 29.05.13 | Last updated 01:44 29.05.13
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