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"Worst Case" vs. "Better Case"

Reader comment on item: Nightmare on Temple Mount

Submitted by Arnie kramer (United States), Sep 5, 2002 at 14:43

I am curious regarding one thing in Article 458. You present a persuasive and understandable case for action on the part of the Israeli Prime Minister based on the possibility of a "worst case scenario." Do you see any "better case scenarios" or even "best case scenarios" possibly infolding? How else do you see this looming crisis potentially playing out?

I always enjoy reading your columns and other expressions of your thinking and I believe that you play a vital role in the current debate on American foreign policy...

Arnie Kramer

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