December 19, 2012

2013: The Year of Iran

David Horovitz, Times of Israel

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Will the U.S. president truly resort to force if all else fails to thwart Tehran's nuclear program? Perhaps more important, does Israel's PM think he will?

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TAGGED: Barack Obama, United States, Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel, Middle East, Iran

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