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U.S. Concerned Netanyahu, Mofaz May Attack Iran
Arutz Sheva ^
| May 11, 2012
| Elad Benari
Posted on 05/11/2012 11:57:59 AM PDT by C19fan
he United States is worried that Shaul Mofaz and his Kadima partys joining a unity government with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu could result in an attack on Iran's nuclear facilities at any given moment, according to a report on Channel 10 News on Thursday.
U.S. government officials told Channel 10 News that they believe a Likud-Kadima joing government could make a decision about an Israeli attack on Iran at any moment and perhaps even before the U.S. presidential elections in November.
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TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; Israel
KEYWORDS: alteredtitle; iran; irannuclear; israel; israeliran; netanyahu; nohtmlintitle
Pardon my editing of the headline but I wanted to make it more accurate.
posted on 05/11/2012 11:58:02 AM PDT
My poor attempt at HTML coding FAILED. :0
posted on 05/11/2012 11:58:52 AM PDT
Obama can be concerned all he wants.
Israel is a sovereign nation and can, should, and will do whatever it needs to protect itself.
posted on 05/11/2012 12:05:38 PM PDT
by NE Cons
Great, now oil prices will rise again with the speculation.
It’s got to be done sooner or later. Sooner is better.
posted on 05/11/2012 12:13:01 PM PDT
( November, 2012-The End of an Error)
posted on 05/11/2012 12:31:40 PM PDT
by A.A. Cunningham
(Barry Soetoro is a Kenyan communist)
So if there are any events occurring out there right now, that might negatively affect the upcoming US election charade, Obama does not want the event addressed at all.
Who cares if Iran acquires nuclear weapons, the election of one single man, is much more important.
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