February 26, 2013
December 27, 2010 | Zalman Shoval
After the end of the Cold War, Tom Friedman wrote that this meant the end of the U.S.-Israel strategic relationship since the Soviet Union is no longer there. In fact, the dangers from Muslim fundamentalism and terrorism may be greater than those of the Soviet Union. [new paragraph] Israel does not want to see a weakened American presidency, which means a weakened America, especially in the Middle East where the only possible alternative to a weakened America is a strengthened Iran.
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