The issue is not Dagan & Ashkenazi when it comes to Iran. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Fortuna Benmayor
    • 15.04.10 | 14:41 (IDT)

    The issue is Obama, who lost a full year -the crucial one-. Now that his outstreched hand failed strepitously, even Hu Jintao -who knows Iran will have its way- will pose as moderately integrated to an international consensus at slapping Iran's wrist. Even if Ashkenazi and Meir Dagan were given five more years to each head the IDF and Mossad respectively, the outcome would be exactly the same. Last but not least because of Netanyahu and his administration which is a snowball of blunders.

    from the article: The defense minister, the IDF chief and Iran's nuclear plans
    First published 13:49 15.04.10 | Last updated 13:54 15.04.10
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