Israelis strategize amid Iran threat

Standoff on nuclear arms stirs debate

The international community 'is faced with no greater responsibility than to stand against this dark and growing danger — not for Israel’s sake, but for its own.' Tzipi Livni Israeli foreign minister, speaking at the UN last week.
By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / September 24, 2006

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TEL AVIV -- With diplomatic sanctions against Iran appearing unlikely and military options promising to be risky, Israel has begun debating the unthinkable: how it might live in a world in which its archenemy has a nuclear arsenal of its own. (Full article: 1056 words)

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