"In each case the leadership of Iran and Israel has chosen to be defiant even though it is ultimately very damaging to their nation." In Israel's case, it's a matter of Jews living on lands they were only cleansed from for 19 years. There is a ridiculous and unrealistic demand that they stop building in communities with over a half a million people. In Iran's case, it was in breach of an NPT treaty it signed for 8 years before being caught. Would you also like to draw parallels between a mass murderer who was captured, tried, found guilty and incarcerated with a kidnap victim tied to a wall in a hidden cell in some murderous freak's basement?
U.S. judge says Clinton may have to testify in email lawsuit (Reuters)
from the article: Netanyahu: Abbas, let's relaunch peace talks now
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