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August 30, 2013 4:28 pm

Poll: 67 Percent of Israeli Jews Support U.S. Attack on Syria

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JNS.org – About 67 percent of Israeli Jews support a U.S. attack on Syria, while 17 percent oppose an attack, according to a new Israel Hayom survey conducted by New Wave Research.

The same percent of Israelis who support the attack are concerned that if such an attack occurs, Israel will be drawn into a war.

Close to 73 percent of respondents Israelis an attack against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime will take place. Only 13 think that the situation will deteriorate into an all-out war in the Middle East. About 29 percent said they are not concerned that a U.S. attack will drag Israel into a war.

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