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Israel: No objection to West’s talks with Tehran

Israel does not object to talks between the West and Iran intended to stop Iran’s nuclearization, as long as Iran does not take advantage of these talks, a top source in Benjamin Netanyahu’s government told Haaretz Thursday.

The source was commenting on the announcement by U.S. President Barack Obama’s administration that it will fully participate in talks with Iran on its nuclear program, putting the ball in Tehran’s court with a new engagement policy.

For full article, visit http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1077654.html

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Biden: Israel would be ‘ill-advised’ to attack Iran

Posted in Internal Israeli Affairs, Israel and Iran, Israel and the International Community by beyondtheborder on April 8, 2009
 U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden, right, and President Barack Obama.

U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden, right, and President Barack Obama.

“I don’t believe that Prime Minister [Benjamin] Netanyahu would do that. I think he would be ill-advised to do that,” Biden told the U.S. network’s reporter Wolf Blitzer. “And so my level of concern is no different than it was a year ago.”

For full article, visit http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1077347.html

Amos Harel: What North Korea’s missile means for Israel and Iran

Posted in Internal Israeli Affairs, Israel and Iran, Opinion Pieces by beyondtheborder on April 6, 2009

Obama has already committed to this dialogue, regardless of developments with North Korea. But if he is soft with Pyongyang – if the Iranians get the impression that the new president is not hard enough or experienced enough as a negotiator – Tehran could reach troubling conclusions.

For full article, visit http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1076815.html