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Speaking in Moscow, Lieberman announced that Israel has no intention to bomb Iran and can protect itself. The idea that he would surrender the military option is too stupid to be true. Had Netanyahu’s government accepted nuclear Iran, it would have at least asked for major concessions from Obama.

Lieberman imagines the world will act against Iran if Israel refuses to pull chestnuts from the fire for them. In particular, Israel is trying to pressure Egypt into joining her strike against Iran.

Since Russia suspended S-300 ABM sales to Iran, it leaves the door open to Israeli strike on Iran. Russia has no influence with Iran to force it to stop its nuclear program, but does not want nuclear Iran because it would gain too much power in the Russian sphere of influence in Central Asia.

The IDF is allowing almost unrestricted travel to Israel for Palestinian businessmen and vendors.

During crises, normal countries close their borders to foreign trade to save jobs locally, but Israel aids the Palestinian enemy.

Obama HamasSpeaking to NPR, Obama dropped an ominous phrase regarding Hamas: their recognition of Israel need not include “prejudging what various grievances or claims are appropriate.”

This is Arafat’s infamous springboard concept: recognize Israel, get a Palestinian state, and then…

Obama offers Hamas the opportunity just to recognize Israel rhetorically and then destroy the Zionists through various legal claims—to the right of refugee return, Israeli Arab autonomy, land claims, etc.

The Internal Security Minister called on conservative activists to calm down and stop clashing with the police who come to destroy their brothers’ homes in the outposts.

The Jewish National Fund has exchanged 17,000 acres of land with the government. Instead of the astronomically priced land in central Israel, JNF will receive worthless areas in Galilee and the Negev.

The deal allows the government to pass the lands developed by JNF to Arabs. Private Jews donate money to JNF to develop Israeli lands. Then the Arabs step in and demand to lease the developed lands. The Supreme Court ordered the JNF to lease the lands to Arabs. Such leasing runs contrary to JNF’s charter and purpose, and would undermine the stream of Jewish donations.

So the government devised an exchange by which JNF gives up the lands it has developed, and the government rather than JNF leases them to the Arabs. Jews can continue donating to JNF, enabling it to develop new areas—which again will be passed over to the government and surrendered to Arabs.