Saturday, November 15, 2008

Odd Mix on Front Page

The Jerusalem Post has an unusual mix of headline articles. What do they portend, if anything?

Gilad: We won't let Iran go nuclear
Defense Ministry official tells 'Post' thwarting Teheran will be a challenge, but so was hitting Osirak

Experts to Obama: Don't threaten Iran
New report says attack would almost certainly fail, while sanctions have very little chance of success

Bush unexpectedly meets Livni, Peres at UN
Bush spoke to both Livni & President Shimon Peres on the sidelines of a Saudi inspired UN interfaith conference

If Israel won't let Iran's nuclear program advance and Barack Obama won't do anything to address the looming threat, Israel would be wise to act while they have their best friend's backing.

Israel's President Shimon Peres said in reference to Syria's friends, ""Israel is not interested in having groups of armed Iranians on the Golan hills."

Is this an odd grouping of stories and statements or a chess board with an obvious next move? Time will tell...