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The revolution in Egypt may be over, but the shift it brought about in the region's geopolitics continues. The ousting of President Mubarak made it possible for the country to broker an historic reconciliation deal between two Palestinian fractions - Fatah and Hamas. But that's proving worring for Israel, and as Paula Slier reports - there's irony in how the U.S.-backed revolution has backfired for its long time ally.
Originally posted by Misoir
reply to post by UcDat
Why would Israel nuke a country that does not have nukes? That would be international suicide for sure and Israel already has to walk on pins and needles.