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Martin Indyk: U.S. Thought Israel Was Going to Attack in Spring

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In an interview with former US ambassador to Israel Martin Indyk on Galei Tzahal radio Thursday morning, Indyk stated that the US was expecting an Israeli attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities this past spring.

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2 Responses to “Martin Indyk: U.S. Thought Israel Was Going to Attack in Spring”

  1. Liad Bar-el says:

    Yes, it was at that time there was talk that if Israel did attack, the USA would shoot down the Israeli planes of which the USA Chief of Staff would not deny.

  2. Mark L. Shane says:

    spring? Spring which year after this one. Fear and procrastination rule the headless nation….so, there will be no attack next year cause there will be no more Israel. Mr Nice guy comes in last again. Maybe Kahane was right all along?

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