Sunday, November 13, 2011

Israel & US: Is This What Good Friends Do?

An interesting account in The Telegraph today (it's Monday there already). Lots of good speculation well worth reading. But what do we know for fact? Two things emerge.

First, Israel has not promised it will give the U.S. and Barack Obama an advance awareness of any attack it plans on Iran. Why should it? It can't trust Obama to help or worse still, do anything that would endanger the attack. God forbid he even had those thoughts.

Second, because Netanyahu won't give Obama that assurance, the U.S. has increased its intelligence spying on Israel.

Is either one of these behaviors what good friends do? I suggest not. I would conclude therefore that these guys are not good friends at all and they certainly can't count on each other. Any appearance of friendship is strictly politically motivated. And that is very dangerous.  Here's the account.  Judge for yourself.

Israel refuses to tell US its Iran intentions - Telegraph

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