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Sunday, November 24, 2013

Nuclear Bully

Benjamin Netanyahu, the leader of Israel--the Middle East's only nuclear power and non-signer of the NPT--naturally calls the Iran nuclear deal "a historic mistake, and the world has become a more dangerous place."But at least President Shimon said  morning that "this is an interim deal, and its fallout and continuation can only be discussed according to results and not according to words alone."  Despite media expectations, Iranian leader Khameini has praised the deal.  Here's full NYT piece collecting anti-deal comments from top Israelis.  Full of bluster and veiled threats about maybe striking Iran on their own.  And this:
“If five years from now a nuclear suitcase explodes in New York or Madrid, it will be because of the deal that was signed this morning,” the economic minister, Naftali Bennett, said in a statement.
I'm sure we'll get apologies tomorrow from Bill Keller and Nick Kristof of the NYT and other liberals for urging bombing Syria two months ago--which would have also killed (besides a lot of civilians) any Iran deal.  Of course, we should also recall that Obama, too, planned to bomb but was deterred by popular protest, and then had courage to change his mind.

We won't even mention the many pundits and congress members who often seem more pro-Israel than pro-America. 

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