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Israeli PM Netanyahu scrambles to keep his job. Is a Iran attack tougher to sell after the election?

 
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Israeli PM Netanyahu scrambles to keep his job. Is a Iran attack tougher to sell after the election?
JERUSALEM
A badly weakened Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu scrambled Wednesday to keep his job by reaching out to a new centrist party that advocates a more earnest push on peacemaking with the Palestinians after Israel's parliamentary election produced a stunning deadlock.


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Do you guys think this result could stop Israel going after Iran?

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[link to www.nytimes.com]

The result could mean he is forced to form a less hawkish government.
Iran win once again

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01/23/2013 04:34 AM
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just goes to show are stupid is the mass media.. he will form a govermant with the settlers and lapid easy and both will be more then willing to strike irans nuclear facilities.
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01/23/2013 04:53 AM
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I think Israel is united on one thing Iran is not to get he bomb
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I think Israel is united on one thing Iran is not to get he bomb
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But at the same time there is more issues to handle then that and another more moderate government would be harder to get on board with an attack on Iran, especially without US in the driving seat

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Israel isn't going to attack Iran....they expect U.S.A to do it for them...pppppfffttttttttttttttt
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Re: Israeli PM Netanyahu scrambles to keep his job. Is a Iran attack tougher to sell after the election?
"I am proud to be your prime minister, and I thank you for giving me the opportunity, for the third time, to lead the state of Israel," the 63-year-old leader told a cheering crowd in the early hours of Wednesday at his campaign headquarters.

Netanyahu said he planned to form as broad a governing coalition as possible, suggesting he would seek partners beyond his traditional ultra-nationalist and religious allies. His first call may be to Yair Lapid, a former television anchorman whose centrist, secular party came from nowhere to second place.

"The first challenge was and remains preventing Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons," Netanyahu said.
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Israel isn't going to attack Iran....they expect U.S.A to do it for them...pppppfffttttttttttttttt
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With Obama in office???
I doubt it....
Only in self defence..

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01/23/2013 05:04 AM
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No. That guy is a piece of crap. He'll pull an Obamma and lie his way into office, telling the voters what they want to hear, then immediately resume betraying them after the elections.
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Re: Israeli PM Netanyahu scrambles to keep his job. Is a Iran attack tougher to sell after the election?
Israel isn't going to attack Iran....they expect U.S.A to do it for them...pppppfffttttttttttttttt
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With Obama in office???
I doubt it....
Only in self defence..

dynamite
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yes even with obammy in office...the zionazi pwns the U.S.

didn't you get the memo?
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01/23/2013 05:10 AM
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its played right into benjis hands.hes gonna make a coalition with the right wing new comers and get all the support he needs for iran strike. It sounds more plausable than ever to me,he will never go with the centralists in a million years.
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if BiBi attacks Iran, he's gonna get his arse handed to him.

ohyeah

can't wait

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Israel isn't going to attack Iran....they expect U.S.A to do it for them...pppppfffttttttttttttttt
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32858761


With Obama in office???
I doubt it....
Only in self defence..

dynamite
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yes even with obammy in office...the zionazi pwns the U.S.

didn't you get the memo?
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Not yet

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What do they know????


MOSCOW, Jan 23 - Russia warned Israel and the West on Wednesday against any military strikes on Iranian nuclear facilities but suggested Tehran should be quicker to cooperate over inspections of its nuclear sites.

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of nuclear talks with world powers should take place in Cairo, the ISNA news agency reported on Wednesday, citing the Islamic state's foreign minister."When I was in Egypt ... it was suggested that the next meeting be held in Cairo," Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi was quoted as saying by ISNA on Wednesday. "This issue was welcomed by our dear friends in Egypt and Egypt will consult with the P5+1 for hosting this meeting."The last round of negotiations between Iran and six world powers, known collectively as the P5+1, over Tehran's disputed nuclear program was held in June 2012 in Moscow.
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Re: Israeli PM Netanyahu scrambles to keep his job. Is a Iran attack tougher to sell after the election?
Breaking: Yachimovich to form a coalition with Netanyahu if she is named finance minister

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Breaking: Yachimovich to form a coalition with Netanyahu if she is named finance minister

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so?
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Re: Israeli PM Netanyahu scrambles to keep his job. Is a Iran attack tougher to sell after the election?
[link to www.israelnationalnews.com]

A former U.S. military commander warned on Wednesday that a potential U.S. strike against Iran would take weeks and probably only set back the country's nuclear program by several years, AFP reports.
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Re: Israeli PM Netanyahu scrambles to keep his job. Is a Iran attack tougher to sell after the election?
JERUSALEM (AP) - Israel's election has put a suave former TV news anchor and political novice in the role of kingmaker, and he has signaled he will use his power to try to move hard-line Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's next government to more centrist positions on Mideast peacemaking.

Yair Lapid's Yesh Atid, or There is a Future, emerged as the second-largest party in Israel's parliament after the prime minister's bloc, giving the 49-year-old former journalist unexpectedly strong leverage in upcoming coalition negotiations. A nearly complete vote count early Wednesday showed a deadlock between Netanyahu's hawkish bloc and the center-left camp.

Lapid told cheering supporters after Tuesday's election that he wants a broad alliance of moderates, suggesting he would try to prod Netanyahu to abandon his traditional right-wing and ultra-Orthodox Jewish allies.

But that might be tough in Israel's cluttered political landscape of small parties with sharp ideological differences. Veteran political commentators were left scratching their heads when trying to come up with scenarios for a stable Netanyahu-led coalition.

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