"A similar pattern emerged as to Israeli efforts to prevent a clause being added to the new Tunisian constitution outlawing normalization or contacts with Israel. The Foreign Ministry asked the United States to intervene" wh-what? so country A doesn't like the wording of the new constitution of country B after a minor revolution, and asks country C to intervene and manhandle country B to drop certain aspects of said constitution. Country C doesn't comply and potentially country B is pissed off even more, seeing not only did a third party intervene in its constitution design (however offensive the constitution might be) but asked another third party to get involved as well and pressurize country B to amend its design for a new constitution ... and then country A complains to country C that it didn't, what exactly? Propose sanctions on behalf of country A at the UN against country B? Go to war with country B because country A doesn't like country C's new constitution's wording? I'm not a fan of either country A, B, or C's Realpolitik, but this is a joke.
47 killed in clashes between ISIS, Syrian rebels near Turkey border, monitor says (Reuters)
from the article: Israeli Foreign Ministry: U.S. ignored Arab radicalization