Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Israel's frustration, Bolton's solution

Ha'arez quotes the Bolton:'Near zero' chance Pres. Bush will strike Iran'
(seems like Mr Bolton's frustrated too and thus is having others do his dirty job for him)
It's close to zero percent chance that the Bush administration will authorize military action against Iran before leaving office," he told the Herzliya Conference. Bolton also said that Israel's "stunningly successful" military strike on Syria last September could constitute a precedent for a similar attack on Iran in the future. "It seems that for the next few years the United States will be a bystander to the process," Bolton said.

[having unleashed the dogs, Israel's] Transportation Minister Shaul Mofaz told the conference that the probability of a military strike against Iran has increased given "the deterioration of efforts to stop Iran diplomatically.

And, relying on Bolton's blood thirsty analysis, other Israeli News decries: Iran's sweet oil Is the reason for NIE Intel report:

Ms. Condoleezza Rice, you have apparently become the best ally Palestinian Terrorists ever had. The legacy you see for yourself and President Bush will be remembered because you have carved your own history in stone. A glaring part of that history is ignoring the fact that not one Arab/Islamic nation whom you tried to appease, is a reliable friend and ally, including Saudi Arabia, Syria, Iran, Egypt, Libya, Lebanon, et al.

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