Christian Science Monitor
August 2, 2010
Against the backdrop of new sanctions on Iran and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's upbeat Oval Office visit in July, neither Washington nor Jerusalem can be eager to add another war to the long list of hot and warm conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Korea, and Gaza. But with the American intelligence community judging Iran to be on track to have nuclear weapons within two years, a clash with Tehran may soon be deemed unavoidable – in Jerusalem, if not in Washington.
Zelleke, Andy, and Robert Dujarric. "Price for a Potential Israeli Strike on Iran? A Palestinian State." Christian Science Monitor, August 2, 2010.