I’m not convinced that this is the end of the story by any means, but it does seem that the tide has turned sharply against Bibi’s and Barak’s efforts to either unilaterally attack Iran or use the threat of such to blackmail the US into doing it for them. My report for Inter Press Service.
In Israel, Opposition to Attacking Iran Gains Upper Hand
August 24, 2012 by Mitchell Plitnick
Posted in Bibi Netanyahu, Ehud Barak, Iran | Tagged Benjamin Netanyahu, Benny Gantz, Ehud Barak, Iran, Israel, Mitt Romney, Obama, Oil, Sanctions, Shimon Peres, Tamir Pardo, United States, Uri Saguy, War | Leave a Comment
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