It is Israel's head on the block, and Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is weighing the political fallout of irritating a President who is generally irritated with Israel vs. nuclear fallout.
Thomas Friedman suggests again that Israel subordinate its national security concerns to American politics. Friedman remains a stalking horse for President Obama's views.
If U.S. military action in Iran were to fail, the blame should accrue to U.S. strategy, planning and execution, and not to Israel's justifiable concern that that it is #1 on the "hit list."
Perhaps Friedman could please go protect somebody else?
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