I haven’t been following this story since Netanyahu was elected and didn’t know he’s not been able to form a govt. Not good since Israel is entering what could be it’s most perilous time.
Debka and the Iranian government controlled Presstv?
Not worth quoting.
Iranian press quoting Debka?
All the while, the Reds are encricling te US - Soviet bombers coming to Cuba and Venezuela.
Broadcast the new acronym:
This is from an Iranian propaganda site. I don’t even see the original article they are supposed to be quoting from in Debka.
No, Bibi is not known as “Mr. Iran” in Israel. That’s foolishness. And no, Debka doesn’t know anything anyone else doesn’t know because things change hourly in the attempt to form a government. The narrow government looks to be on its way but parallel there are new talks with Livni for a broad-based coaltion. In the past these things worked almost like a close basketball game. Until the buzzer sounded, no one could predict what was going to happen.
Why is an an anti-Israel propaganda site being referenced as a source for news out of Israel?
PressTV is sourced out of Iran - totally unreliable source...
Link to latest status out of Israel:
Sources involved in political talks tell Ynet secret mediator examining possibility of forming coalition which would include Likud, Kadima and Labor. According to sources, President Peres aware of negotiations. On the agenda: Uneven rotation in role of PM between Netanyahu, Livni
Bibi is one of the few world leaders who completely understands the gravity of Iran possessing nuclear weapons, and there's not a chance in Hades he's going to let it happen under his watch.
multi-front war for israel...
well, never let a good crisis go to waste...
According to a report carried by Debka, which is believed to have close links to the Israeli intelligence service Mossad, Netanyahu is planning to settle for a provisional administration before calling for another early election in six months. "His main consideration is that Israel expects to be embroiled in a major military confrontation in the next few months with Iran, Hamas or Hezbollah -- or all three at once," read the Debka report.I know there are plenty of strong supporters of Bibi on FR, but members of other parties probably wouldn't trust him with a burned out match, and they have pretty good reasons.
Apparently sick minds think alike. Obama is looking for an opportunity to take advantage of some national crisis as well .....