The same Barak, the same Bibi

It's now clear that Barak never intended to go along with Netanyahu to attack Iran before the US election.

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September 7, 2012 04:19
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Prime Minister Netanyahu, Defense Minister Barak.

Prime Minister Netanyahu, Defense Minister Barak.390. (photo credit: Ariel Harmoni / GPO)

 
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It is now clear to many that Ehud Barak never intended to go along with Binyamin Netanyahu to attack Iran before the US election. Here we are, the moment of truth, a critical point, the crossroads of the big decision, and here is Netanyahu searching left and right, but Ehud is gone. He ran away (“barakh“ in Hebrew) again.

Suddenly, it is reported, Barak does not think we must, should or can attack Iran before the US election.

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