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    • David
    • 09.08.13 | 04:04 (IDT)

    against Iran by Israel or the US. Why? Because the US needs Iran much, much more than it needs Israel. A war in the Straits of Hormuz (a virtual bathtub), which an attack against Iran would inevitably lead to, is a non-starter. If, per chance, Netanyahu should decide to go for broke and attack Iran, it will mark the end of the "special relationship" with the US and the rest of the world. With "leaders" like Bibi, Israel needs no enemies.

    from the article: Bibi is serious - but not about peace
    First published 03:38 06.08.13 | Last updated 03:38 06.08.13
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