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June 14, 2009

Ex-Mossad chief 'really worried' about Obama's 'learning curve'

Topics: Middle East News and Perspectives, Political News and commentaries

Apparently, the former chief of the Mossad intelligence agency is quiet unimpressed with Obama's policy on Iran, and warns of what appears obvious to those of us that haven't swallowed the Obama Kool-Aid; if (and that's a big "if") Obama finally does wake up - it's likely to be too late:

TEL AVIV - President Obama's "learning curve" regarding his policies toward Iran might buy Tehran enough time to produce nuclear
weapons, Shabtai Shavit, former chief of the Mossad intelligence agency, warned in an exclusive WND interview today.

"I do know that Obama is taking a very long learning curve experience in order to reach a conclusion about whether his thinking of diplomacy with Iran was right or wrong. I am really worried there will be a heavy price for us," Shavit said.

"Until Obama is convinced personally that his policies may not work and until he has undergone the whole experience, it may be too late," said Shavit.

Posted by Richard at June 14, 2009 10:20 PM



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