Qatar is often mentioned as a worthy target for Israel’s efforts to normalize relations with the Arab world. But beneath the Qatari honey is a hornets’ nest
The proposal could leave a mark by creating a new, powerful point of reference for any future Israeli leader, but it must not be adopted as a rigid operative blueprint
Israel’s intelligence is worthy of praise for the operation, but along with patting itself on the back, it must consider what it means for the future
If the Iranian nuclear program is not stopped by sanctions, military threats, other means of pressure or diplomacy, Israel will return to the point of decision beginning in the spring - and accompanied by Netanyahu's public commitment.
Where will the popular revolutionary energy released in our region lead? Israel should take into account that this energy, now directed inward, will at some point be directed at it as well.