Daybreak: Bibi, Barak Pushing Iran Attack
Plus Arab League/Syria communication breakdown, and more in the news
• A senior official reports that Prime Minister Netanyahu and Defense Minister Barak are seeking to win over a majority of the Cabinet to support a military strike on Iran’s nuclear weapons program. Foreign Minister Lieberman is now on board. [Haaretz]
• Yesterday Israel successfully tested a missile that would be capable of reaching Iran from Israel. [AP/WP]
• Israel is speeding up East Jerusalem building in response to the Palestinian Authority’s acceptance into UNESCO. [NYT]
• Beleagured Times Jerusalem bureau chief cancels appearance at 92Y with conservatives. [Ben Smith]
Plus ground operation in Gaza cleared, the problem with Tebow, and more
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