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As US clout wanes in Middle East, threats mount (with video)
Oct 2nd, 2013 by Warren Swil

Israel attack on Iran

possible if nuke talks stall

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu speaks at the UN on Tuesday. Click image to enlarge.

AFTER THE RECENT promising thaw in relations between the United States and Iran, an ominous development clouded the outlook on Tuesday.
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, speaking as much to the audience at home as to the world, warned the global community his country had little confidence that negotiations would succeed.
For months, Israeli officials and media have been warning that Iran is on the threshold of attaining a nuclear weapons capability.
Will they wait for diplomacy to run its course?
Watch a video of the Israeli prime minister’s speech below the fold.


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World watching as UN General Assembly begins

REALLY IMPORTANT ACTION MAY COME BEHIND THE SCENES
It has been widely reported that President Obama and the new president of Iran, Hassan Rouhani, are hoping to arrange a “casual encounter” … or perhaps even a formal meeting.
Rouhani won Iran’s presidential poll in June, promising reform and to put an end to Iran’s international isolation.
Indeed, whether it’s a formal meeting or a “chance” encounter in the hallway, any face-to-face meeting between the two leaders will mark an historic breakthrough.
Will a new chapter in the frosty relations be opened?
Stay tuned for breaking news bulletins.


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