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September 7, 2006

''Before And After Every War, A 'Peace' Process Is Forced On Israel''

Topics: Middle East News and Perspectives
"Although Israel claims that Iran is "the world's problem, not only ours," experience shows that there are no free lunches. Every time America has operated in this region and needed legitimacy from the Arabs, it has demanded something from Israel in exchange."
Two days from now, British Prime Minister Tony Blair will arrive in Jerusalem. After exchanging a few stories of political woe with Olmert, will the discussion shift to a delicate connection between dismantling Iran's nuclear program and ending Israeli control over the territories?

Aluf Benn connects the dots in Itamar and the centrifuges in Natanz.

So, is Blair's trip a harbinger of a forthcoming attack on Iran's nuclear and military facilities (it's both or none) or another disasterous Israeli concession, or both?

Hat tip - Ted Belman at Israpundit

Posted by Richard at September 7, 2006 8:39 AM

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