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Who Does Israel Trust - Allied Orthodox Christianity or Known Enemy Antipathies?

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jan 22, 2022 at 15:36

With the Russian build-up to the north of Israel in the Ukraine now spreading a shadow of extra-regional implications, this observer has wondered that with Dr. PIpes' answer below, is there a reconsideration that more could be expected from teh Islamist sympathies taking advantage of the fragmented NATO resources and the United States caught in a Afghanistan style of unpreparedness for the results that Russia's Putin has already ancticipated.

[How do you interpret the new Russia-Turkey-Iran-Azerbaijan-Armenia theater?]

The answer is ambiguous since there is no guarantee that an alliance with a orthodox Christian force base has any advantages over seeking some neutrality with similarly allied Islamist tendencies in Azerbaijan have mimicked what happened in Afghanistan. Israel is better served in not relying on outside support that cannot be trusted.

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