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Wrong on Israel's commitment to act in the face of a potential nuclear Iran

Reader comment on: The Nuclear Tide Comes In

Submitted by Ellyn Taylor (United States), Oct 2, 2013 21:38

Re: " Thanks to "diplomacy," the chances of American military intervention against Iran have gone to zero, and of Israeli intervention nearly to zero, leaving the Saudis on their own. "

Given Netanyahu's recent UN speech, I very much doubt that the chances of Israeli intervention are "nearly zero." Indeed, I suspect the opposite, i.e., that the chances for Israel doing nothing are nearly zero.


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The Israeli government will probably do what it feels necessary in the end, but U.S. diplomacy raised the bar to where the odds have dropped precipitously.

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