Clinton Warns Israel on Peace Process
The Wall Street Journal / JAY SOLOMON
12-Mar-2010 (one comment)

Any further fissures in the U.S.-Israel alliance could have a profound impact on Middle East security beyond the Arab-Israeli peace process. Israel has indicated it might attack Iran's nuclear installations if Washington is unsuccessful in using diplomacy to curb Tehran's actions.

In recent weeks, senior U.S. officials have visited Jerusalem and pressed Mr. Netanyahu to give diplomacy more time to work with Iran. Israeli officials, however, have publicly complained about the lack of progress in combating Iran.

Despite this animosity, the State Department confirmed Friday that this month Mrs. Clinton will address a gathering of Washington's most powerful pro-Israel lobby, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. Mr. Netanyahu also is scheduled to speak at the event.

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Iranians rally in Ghods day, and Iranian opposition successful message in dissuading anti-Israeli rhetoric of IRI and its defenders, substantially weakened the political influence of Israeli warmongers in U.S.A

Such statement by Hilary Clinton is clear indication that U.S government has now enough internal support to take a tougher position against policies against peace process in middle-east.

The stance of Iranians in support of the state of Israel and in support of peace process should continue. This is the only way to isolate warmongers from both sides... and it's a must.