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Analysis: Israeli-Iranian war now out of shadows


Israeli intelligence believes that the terrorist attacks in the past two days were orchestrated by the Iran-Hezbollah axis and targeted foreign Israeli diplomatic missions. The attacks seem rushed due to their consistently poor execution, but the message of the bombings is clear. Iran is determined to attack Israel by any means and hopes to eventually succeed in performing a thoroughly executed attack, which may push Israel to war with the world’s largest sponsor of terror. However, Israelis hope that the UN will see the danger in a nuclear Iran and implement more powerful sanctions on Iran. Iran may also find itself further diplomatically isolated due to the attacks, allowing for swifter international action against it.

Jerusalem Post, Israel

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One thought on “Analysis: Israeli-Iranian war now out of shadows

  1. Absolutely correct, We live in an Internet world .There are tons of adtaevagns of reading newspaper on the internet and no paper is being used means eco-friendly, so I would predict more and more people will read newspaper on the net.

    Posted by Lisbar | February 23, 2013, 6:57 am

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