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(1) peace talks/Israeli instability/international pressure on Israel
(2) a suicide bombing (or a rocket attack into an uninhabited area or empty space)
(3) some sort of Israeli action
(4) abandoning of the "peace process" at step (1)
The power of the Israeli Lobby is legendary on Capitol Hill. During the 1970s, when Gerald Ford was president, both he and Kissinger ordered that weapons shipments to Israel be stopped, hoping to force Israel to accede to Ford's wishes during a set of peace negotiations. The Israeli Lobby circulated a letter to Ford, threatening him with unspecified political consequences, signed by 76 U.S. Senators.
They have eyes to see but do not see
and ears to hear but do not hear
|Buildings are engulfed by muddy waters from the flood-swollen Yoneshirogawa river in Noshiro, Akita Prefecture.|
|Graphic shows elderly suicide rates by state for 1999-2004|
|Artist's impression of Dawn flying past the dwarf-planet Ceres.|
|An international team of astronomers has discovered that Neptune's south pole is much hotter than the rest of the planet.|