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As Iran Acquires Material for Nuclear Bomb, Israel Faces a Daunting Task

By telling the Biden administration that reentering the Iran nuclear accord would be a ‘bad thing,’ IDF Chief of Staff Aviv Kochavi is failing to learn the lessons of history and displaying the worst traits of Israeli security officials

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Yossi Melman
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Yossi Melman

Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Aviv Kochavi studied philosophy and is well-versed in history, but he apparently missed the lesson about the French House of Bourbon, of whom it was said that they had “forgotten nothing and learned nothing.”

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