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August 23, 2012 9:00 am

Former U.S. Ambassador: White House Was Convinced Israel Would Strike Iran Last Spring

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President Obama and Prime Minister Netanyahu at a White House meeting. Photo: Pete Souza.

Israel Hayom – Washington “was convinced” that Israel was going to attack Iran’s nuclear facilities in the spring, and when Israel did not, the administration felt it had been the victim of a “complete bluff,” former U.S. Ambassador to Israel Martin Indyk told Army Radio on Thursday.

Indyk served as ambassador to Israel during the administration of then President Bill Clinton, and is currently serving as the foreign policy director at the Brookings Institution.

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