President Obama sent Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu home with a warning that Israel cannot count on U.S. support if it unilaterally bombs Iran. Top neocons are fuming and Netanyahu must weigh the risk of defying Obama on Iran and trying to deny him reelection, writes Robert Parry.
Let us suppose that Netanyahu decides to strike unilaterally. First of all, it is not impossible that Iran could shoot down at least some of Israels planes. That would create problems for Netanyahu at home. Read more about Netanyahu's gamble
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To add engaging in or supporting hostilities against the United States to the list of acts for which United States nationals would lose their nationality
This is the American version of the law banning anti-Soviet activities. Read more about First step in stripping troublemakers of their citizenship