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Opinion: Effort to Thwart Iran Deal Won’t Have Intended Effect

Friction between the United States and Israel is not uncommon. On issues ranging from the 1956 Suez war to the expansion of settlements in the occupied West Bank, the leaders of the U.S. and Israel have often clashed in ways that reflected different perceptions of their national interests. Still, there is something particularly disturbing and counterproductive about the current disagreement over Iran. Determined to prevent President Barack Obama from accepting a “bad” deal, Israeli...

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