While all eyes are on Obama as he walks the tightrope between his foolishly drawn “red line” and the lack of good options for intervention in Syria, it’s worth examining the predicament Israel finds itself in with regard to the ongoing Syrian civil war. I do so at LobeLog today.
Israel Unlikely to Stay on Syrian Sidelines for Much Longer
May 1, 2013 by Mitchell Plitnick
Posted in Israel, Syria | Tagged AIPAC, Assad, Barack Obama, chemical weapons, GCC, Hassan Nasrallah, Hezbollah, Iran, Iran threat, Israel, Israel Lobby, Lebanon, red line, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Syrian civil war | Leave a Comment
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