And other security consequences for the Jewish state.
And that would be good for Israel.
Russia has greater clout, and will tolerate attacks on its allies.
Jerusalem can learn a lesson from Riyadh.
The U.S. can take financial action against the Iranian proxy threatening southern Israel.
The steady trickle of rockets and explosives plays against Israel’s strengths.
Hundreds of balloon-borne explosives and a handful of rockets bring results.
Tehran’s weakness is its need to preserve credibility in the eyes of its people.
Mahmoud Abbas’s empty threats.
More than ever, the various sides need Russia to moderate.
The American plan acknowledges that serving Jerusalem’s security needs also serves those of Amman.
Even if such a deal might be desirable in due course.
A UN report only acknowledges the tip of the iceberg.