Haaretz: 'Netanyahu's Iran Dilemma - How to Get Trump to Act Without Being On Front Line'Chris Menahan
May. 20, 2019
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The Israeli newspaper Haaretz ran a piece on Monday saying that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's "Iran dilemma" is "how to get Trump to act without putting Israel on the front line."
From Haaretz, Amos Harel, "Netanyahu's Iran Dilemma: Getting Trump to Act Without Putting Israel on the Front Line":
Ever since Trump was elected president two and a half years ago, Netanyahu has been urging him to take a more aggressive line toward Iran [...]On Sunday, Haaretz's Chemi Shalev wrote an article saying Netanyahu will be the "prime suspect" if the US goes to war with Iran.
From Haaretz, "If the U.S. Goes to War With Iran, Netanyahu Will Be the Prime Suspect":
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is the only world leader to openly express support for the escalating U.S. campaign against Iran, but his statement is an exception to the general Israeli rule. In the two weeks that have passed since the U.S. announced it was reinforcing its military presence in the Persian Gulf, official Israel has mostly taken on a vow of silence. “Luckily, we are not involved,” naively optimistic defense officials briefed reporters.The Iranians tweeted out Netanyahu's 2002 testimony which helped launch the war in Iraq just last week.
They also tweeted out the recent story from Axios ("Israel passed White House intelligence on possible Iran plot") about how the US got the so-called "intelligence" about Iran "plotting attacks" against US forces in the Gulf from Israel.
They also pointed out how Campaign Trump correctly stated "Iran is killing ISIS."
We also know President Trump said late last year he'd like to pull out of the Middle East entirely but Israel is "one reason" to stay. Trump also said he supports the Saudis because they provide a "counterbalance to Iran" and "without them, Israel would be in a lot more trouble."
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