Time is on Israel’s side

The military and economic power differential between Israel and its regional foes has grown.

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November 17, 2013 17:17
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ONE OF the main arguments for urging the government to cut an early deal with the Palestinians is that time is working against Israel.

The truth, however, is quite different. Close military, global, social and economic analyses of Israel’s current standing point to a remarkable success story and to a linear progression indicating that, on the contrary, time is on Israel’s side.

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