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Mysterious Attack on Israeli Ship and U.S. Strike Suggest New Phase in Biden’s Dialogue With Iran

As U.S. and Iran exchange violent messages, Netanyahu is left with two options

Amos Harel
Amos Harel
Amos Harel
Amos Harel

While the United States and Iran are preparing to re-negotiate the 2015 nuclear deal, messages are flying back and forth between the two, some of them violent. The past few days have seen a mysterious explosion on an Israeli-owned ship in the area of the Gulf of Oman, the Americans carrying out air strikes on a pro-Iranian military base in eastern Syria and satellite photos documenting new construction at Israel's Dimona nuclear reactor somehow found their way into the media.

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