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Politics : Israel to U.S. : Now Deal with Syria and Iran

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To: GUSTAVE JAEGER who wrote (5926)10/1/2004 10:33:46 AM
From: Ed Huang  Read Replies (2) of 22250
Israel never want to see Iran own nuclear bombs(and I believe Iran is trying to) and threaten its dominant status and long-term goal in the Middle East, that's for sure.

I have no doubt that US neocons power would do anything to fully support Israel's will to attack on Iran's nuclear sites. But the primary factor that forces them to think twice before the attack is whether the risk is too high for Israel when Iran strikes back. The concluding paragraph of that article showed the serious concern.

Without that concern, Israel would have bombed Iran's facilities already, I believe, before they succefully develop the bomb rather than waiting and waiting. Israel know very well time is not on its side on this thing.

Clearly Russia is not supporting Israel's strike on Iran because Russia is actually helping Iran with the nuclear tech and 'Sunburn' missiles (at least we see those helps so far). Whether the major EU nations like France and Germany would support Israel's strike on Iran's nuclear sites is up to speculators' judgment. The question can be: Do they really want to see Israel dominate in the Middle East and buy oil from Sharon in the future? We can see a clearer picture about that before long.

We have arrived to an interesting situation.
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