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Netanyahu’s rejection of an agreement with Iran will result in Israel losing the support of its Western allies, with Iran being legitimized as a nuclear threshold state by its Arab neighbors.
The “obvious wedge” between Netanyahu and Obama would expose Israel, not Iran, as the “recalcitrant outsider.”
When Netanyahu arranged to appear before both houses of Congress on March 3, proclaiming his speech as designed to derail Obama’s efforts to achieve an agreement on Iran’s nuclear program, the prime minister actually gave Iran additional incentive to sign an accord.
The effectiveness of military strikes on Iran will not destroy all Iran’s installations, they will not destroy its knowledge, no matter how many Iranian scientists Israel assassinates.
Military action will, however, destroy the coalition that have been formed and assure that Iran will accelerate building its nuclear capacity with international support, military action would have consequences far worse that a weak deal or even containment of a nuclear Iran.
The Republican majority in the U.S. Congress led by House Speaker John Boehner, along with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Obama are engaged in a vital debate on how to deal with the Iranian nuclear program: Should we threaten Iran with more sanctions, supposedly the only thing that has brought it to the table?
Iran may have already secured its greatest leverage, achieving a strategic and economic chokehold on both Saudi Arabia and Israel at the same time.
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The director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), Lieutenant General Vincent R. Stewart, warned during congressional testimony yesterday that the "security challenges" the US faces are "more diverse and complex than those we have experienced in our lifetimes."
Since Abu Bakr al Baghdadi's fighters stormed their way through much of Iraq last spring and summer, he writes, "coalition airstrikes have resulted in the removal of a number of ISIL senior leaders and degraded the group's ability to operate openly in Iraq and Syria." And ISIL has hit a natural barrier to its expansion as "[s]eizing and holding Shia and Kurdish-populated areas of Iraq...will continue to be difficult."