After Moscow nuclear talks, Netanyahu has even less faith world will stop Iran
We're set for another crazy summer in Israel. But two things are clear: Moshe Ya'alon's timing for speaking out in favor of an Iran strike, and the fact that no one will lose his job over the Carmel fire report.
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An Israeli privy to the state's closest secrets turned to his interlocutor. "You don't understand how serious this is," he said. "Last time, we managed to block it. Let's see what happens this time."