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Reader comment on item: The Solace of Poor U.S.-Israel Relations

Submitted by David L (United States), Apr 13, 2010 at 12:16

Agree completely that this is a silver lining; it is nice to have the pressure off for once. However, relations with and concessions to the Palestinians are very much a back-burner issue, given that a seemingly inevitable war with Iran looms. If would be unfortunate if the Obama administration were using a few buildings in Jerusalem as a trick to absolve themselves of a responsibility for being militarily involved in the Iran situation. A strike on Iran would be a lot easier with Obama's support.

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