EXCLUSIVE - Israel wargame sees U.S. sidelining Netanyahu on Iran

Dec 22, 2009 Full story: The Star Online

Israel will find itself diplomatically sidelined and militarily muzzled as the United States pursues a nuclear deal with Iran next year, according to a closed-door wargame at Israel's top strategic think-tank. Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is seen in Jerusalem in this December 6, 2009 file photo.

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kam

Australia

#1 Dec 22, 2009
This is more or less what happened when Americans themselves did this 2 months ago with N Burns acting as american president, Lets not just go through the motions and make a deal now that Both Iran and the west can live with.

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