Tuesday, March 21, 2023

From Ian:

FDD: Israel and Palestinians Make Peace Commitments in Sharm el-Sheikh
“The good news is that there is an effort underway between Israelis and Palestinians to curb unrest during Ramadan. The bad news is that violent groups have been preparing to unleash terror attacks for some time now. And it’s difficult to say if any concrete commitments were made at the summit. Outside actors could have an outsized role in keeping a lid on the violence. Jordan’s rhetoric in particular could be a bellwether.”— Jonathan Schanzer, FDD Senior Vice President for Research Efforts to Calm Tension as Violence Soars

The meeting is the second round of talks that began in Aqaba, Jordan, on February 26. The conference aimed to agree on a viable solution to deescalate violence. Recent terror attacks inside Israel — including a March 6 roadside bombing — have exacerbated concerns by Israeli and American officials that terrorist groups will exploit Ramadan to carry out further attacks.

While the talks in Sharm el-Sheikh were proceeding, a Palestinian terrorist shot and injured a U.S.-Israeli citizen who was traveling in the West Bank city of Hawara. Israeli security forces apprehended the shooter, who had used a makeshift weapon during the terror attack. The attack occurred in the same city where a Palestinian terrorist shot and killed two Israelis three weeks ago, provoking retaliation by Israelis against homes and property in Hawara.

Mixed Messages
Prior to the talks, Hamas and other terrorist organizations issued statements urging the Palestinian Authority (PA) not to meet with Israel. The meeting “only serves the occupation’s agenda to consolidate its power and control over Palestinian land,” Hamas spokesman Hazem Qassem said. An unnamed PA official also expressed doubt, saying the chance of a successful outcome in Sharm el-Sheikh was “zero.” Still, an unnamed American official said the outcome of the talks was “constructive, honest and forthright.”
Knesset repeals 2005 act on West Bank settlement pullout
The Knesset on Tuesday voted 31-18 to repeal articles of the 2005 Gaza Disengagement Law banning Israelis from entering and residing in four communities in northern Samaria.

The Gaza disengagement led to the destruction and evacuation of the Israeli communities of Sa-Nur, Homesh, Ganim and Kadim in northern Samaria, as well as 21 communities in the Gaza Strip.

In addition to rolling back the articles (23-27) banning movement into and out of, and residence in, northern Samaria, the amendment stipulates that Article 28, which canceled rights regarding real estate in vacated territory, will not apply to rights established there starting from the date of the bill's approval.

"There is no longer any justification to prevent Israelis from entering and staying in the evacuated territory in northern Samaria, and therefore it is proposed to state that these sections [of the disengagement law] will no longer apply to the evacuated territory," reads the introductory text to the bill.

The bill's passage erases "to some extent" the "the stain on the garment of the State of Israel" left by the disengagement, it continues.

The IDF must now approve a military order allowing Israelis to return to those areas.

"Seventeen years of attempts, an uncompromising struggle, and a strong belief in the righteousness of this path converged into one moment when the Knesset plenum voted in favor of canceling the Disengagement Law," Likud MK Yuli Edelstein, who sponsored the bill, said Tuesday.

"The State of Israel tonight began the recovery process from the deportation disaster," he added in reference to the 2005 expulsion of some 8,000 Jews from their homes in Gaza and Samaria. "This is the first significant step towards real healing and settlement in Israel's historical territories that belong to it."

Khaled Abu Toameh: Biden Administration Pushing Arabs Towards Iran
Today, China is victorious by sponsoring the historic agreement between Saudi Arabia and Iran, while the US has a new president who comes to destroy agreements reached by his predecessor, and even brags about it during his election campaign and his presidency." — Saeed Al-Mryti, Saudi political activist, Twitter, March 14, 2023.

"[N]o matter how hard analysts try to beautify the situation for US policy, what Saudi Arabia has done today is a direct and successful blow to the Biden administration and its policy in the Middle East." — Jubran Al-Khoury, Lebanese political analyst, annahar.com, March 12, 2023.

It is thus no surprise that Iran and its terror proxies – Hamas, Palestinian Islamic Jihad and Hezbollah – are expressing profound satisfaction over the Saudi-Iranian agreement. In their eyes, the agreement is an indication of the growing weakness of the US and the failed policy of the Biden administration in the Middle East. Thanks to the US administration's fragility, the Iranian-led axis of evil has been significantly emboldened as America's erstwhile Arab allies are rushing towards the open arms of the mullahs in Tehran.

Biden Says Never Seen Such Anxiety Over Israel’s Political Situation – Report
US President Joe Biden told Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during a phone call on Sunday that he has never seen such high domestic anxiety over the political situation in Israel, according to media reports.

Two unnamed US sources told Axios that the president reiterated his concerns about the Netanyahu government’s judicial reform plan, as it was causing a level of national distress that he had never seen in previous years. The call was the first one between the two leaders. Prior to this, Washington said that it would not influence Israel’s domestic politics, although it made cautious comments about the possible consequences of the reform for Israeli democracy.

One of the sources also said that Biden urged Netanyahu to seek a broad consensus on the issue. The Israeli prime minister in turn assured that he was trying to resolve the crisis, adding that it required more time. An Israeli official told Axios that Netanyahu pointed out that he “doesn’t want to fix one imbalance by creating another imbalance.”

Although the sides didn’t officially confirm the details of the call, White House National Security Council spokesperson John Kirby confirmed to Channel 13 that the purpose of Biden’s call with Netanyahu was to discuss judicial reform. On Monday, he also said that there were no plans to invite the prime minister to Washington, which some experts see as a sign of Biden’s frustration with Netanyahu’s handling the judicial overhaul crisis.

Jordan accuses Israel of violating peace treaty after minister’s Paris speech
Jordan on Monday accused Israel of violating the countries’ 1994 peace agreement after Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich denied the existence of a Palestinian people.

Speaking in Paris on Sunday at an event honoring the late Likud activist Jacques Kupfer, the leader of the Religious Zionism Party said, “Jacques’s truth must be told with all our might and without confusion: He said there is no such thing as Palestinians—because there is no such thing as a Palestinian people.”

Smotrich continued: “We need to tell the truth without bowing to the lies and distortions of history, and without succumbing to the hypocrisy of BDS and the pro-Palestinian organizations.”

The Jordanian Foreign Ministry on Monday summoned Israel’s ambassador in Amman over the comments, and also to protest a map of “Greater Israel” displayed during Smotrich’s speech that showed Jordan and Judea and Samaria within the borders of the Jewish state.

“We condemn the racist, inciting and extremist statements by the extremist Israeli minister against the Palestinian people and its right to exist,” a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said in a statement.

The Israeli Foreign Ministry on Monday in a Twitter post reaffirmed Jerusalem’s commitment to the peace treaty.

“Israel is committed to the 1994 peace agreement with Jordan. There has been no change in the position of the State of Israel, which recognizes the territorial integrity of the Hashemite Kingdom,” the tweet read.

Is Israel Winning Its “War between Wars”?
For over a decade, the IDF has carried out hundreds of airstrikes in Syria, in a campaign to prevent the buildup of Iranian and Iran-backed forces that could be used to attack the Jewish state. These strikes, many of them on weapons shipments and armaments factories, appear to have peaked in 2020 and 2021 and declined slightly in 2022. The “war between the wars,” as it has been dubbed, has also included cyberwarfare and other covert actions. Surveying the campaign as a whole, Eden Kaduri draws some conclusions about its success:

[R]ecent years have seen a number of strategic processes that increase Iran’s influence in Syria in a way that is not addressed by the war between wars. Iran is working to reinforce its civilian entrenchment, infiltrating many aspects of Syrian life—the economy, education, culture, and tourism. In 2022 Iran worked tirelessly to extend economic cooperation, including increasing trade between the countries, launching joint economic projects, and removing regulatory restrictions. According to the Tehran regime, Iranian exports to Syria doubled last year, and Iran is exploiting the economic crisis in Syria to increase Syrian dependence. It has reinforced cooperation in the field of energy and electricity, implemented joint construction projects, and promoted the involvement of Iranian companies in the rebuilding of Syria.

Moreover 2022 saw the revival of the “axis of resistance” to Israel, which includes Iran, Hizballah, Syria, Islamic Jihad, and Hamas. Renewed relations between the Assad regime and Hamas strengthen Syria’s status as an important element in the radical axis. Iran regards all these activities as strategic processes designed to exploit the civilian and political situation in Syria, while hardly being affected by the air attacks, . . . which are focused on preventing Iran’s military empowerment in Syria.

Israel should extend the range of tools at its disposal against the Iranian presence and influence to include diplomatic, economic, and cognitive efforts, possibly in collaboration with relevant countries, above all the United States, Jordan, Turkey, and the Gulf states, as well as sectors in Syria, such as the Druze and the Kurds.
Shin Bet busts Palestinian terror cell planning attack in Jerusalem
Israeli security forces have busted a Palestinian terrorist cell planning attacks in Jerusalem, the Israel Security Agency (Shin Bet) revealed Tuesday morning.

According to the Shin Bet, the cell was based in Judea and Samaria and operated under the direction of terrorists in the Gaza Strip. It was uncovered in the past few weeks during joint operations by the Shin Bet, IDF and Israel Police.

The Shin Bet identified the cell’s leaders as Tzabri Mahmoud Eram and Ayman Youssef Khalil Zakkut, both from Rafah in southern Gaza.

The two are members of the Popular Resistance Committees, a coalition of terror groups opposed to the Palestinian Authority and its ruling Fatah faction’s relatively conciliatory approach towards Israel.

The PRC is believed to be financed by Iranian proxy and Lebanon-based Hezbollah.

Eram and Zakkut are accused of recruiting and training terrorists in Judea and Samaria and facilitating the smuggling of weapons to them.

Israeli authorities dismantled the cell before the first planned attack, arresting two terrorists linked to the group. Additionally, two brothers from Judea and Samaria were arrested last month on suspicion of plotting a bombing inside the Green Line.
Media demonization of Israeli communities in Judea and Samaria obscures Palestinian role
Following the cold-blooded murder of two Israeli brothers in the Palestinian Arab village of Huwara, a group of Israelis entered the village and set cars, homes and other buildings on fire, injuring dozens and reportedly killing one Palestinian man.

Israel’s critics, including those in the mainstream media, have used this riot to reinforce the false narrative that Israelis living in Judea and Samaria (aka the West Bank), are violent religious fanatics who terrorize Palestinians.

The Washington Post’s headline read, “Emboldened by Israel’s far right, Jewish settlers fan the flames of chaos.” Al Jazeera reported that “Israeli settlers destroy Palestinian homes in violent rampage.”

While the riot was unlawful and unconscionable, the perpetrators were responding to Palestinian violence equally unlawful, unconscionable and far more widespread—but which is rarely reported with such alarm by mainstream Western media.

Truth is, the vast majority of Israelis living in Judea and Samaria—whom the media and the international community call “settlers”—are neither religious zealots, nor do they perpetuate violence. In fact, most Israelis in Judea and Samaria don’t live there for ideological or religious reasons at all.

Moreover, contrary to assertions by the media and some Western politicians, Israelis living in Judea and Samaria are not obstructing peace. Palestinians opposed the State of Israel before Israeli citizens began resettling Judea and Samaria, and oppose it now. Moreover, Palestinian leaders, in an apartheid gesture, insist that the disputed land they claim as a future state be “Jew-free.” Why?
Two soldiers hurt in explosion of old mine on Lebanon border
Two Israeli soldiers were hurt when an old landmine exploded on the border with Lebanon on Tuesday, the military said.

According to the Israel Defense Forces, the mine exploded during routine engineering activity on the northern side of the security barrier, which is built inside Israeli territory.

The IDF said there was no fear of the incident being an attack, but was still investigating what set off the mine and why it was not detected by the forces.

The pair were taken to Galilee Medical Center in Nahariya, which said one of the soldiers was listed in moderate but stable condition, while the other was lightly hurt.

Ali Shoeib, a reporter for the Hezbollah-affiliated Lebanese news outlet Al-Manar, published footage from the incident on the border.

Many of Israel’s border regions, near Lebanon — in the Golan Heights, and southern Arava region — are pocked with minefields planted during wars in the early years of the state.

IDF: Highway bomber used ladder to hop Lebanon border fence
The terrorist who placed a roadside bomb along the Route 65 highway in northern Israel on March 13 infiltrated the country from Lebanon using a ladder to climb over the border fence, the Israel Defense Forces cleared for publication on Tuesday.

The terrorist was not spotted by soldiers at lookout posts, nor did he set off the detection system, said the military.

The IDF on Monday said that the terrorist did not infiltrate the border via a tunnel but did not elaborate. “The IDF continues to study and investigate the incident in order to draw the necessary operational conclusions,” it said in a statement.

The military has not named who it believes dispatched the terrorist, but it is suspected that Hezbollah was involved.

The bomb, which was placed behind a barrier near Megiddo Junction some 18 miles southeast of Haifa and 37 miles from the Lebanese border, detonated at around 6 a.m., seriously wounding Shareef ad-Din, 21, a resident of the Israeli Arab town of Salem.
Israeli-American injured in Huwara attack recounts ordeal, calls escape ‘miraculous’
David Stern, an Israeli-American former US Marine who was shot and injured on Sunday in a Palestinian terror attack in the West Bank town of Huwara, recounts his ordeal in a Hebrew-language address from his hospital bed.

Stern a resident of the Itamar settlement, says he was driving with his wife on Route 60 through the Palestinian town on their way to Jerusalem, when he stopped to let a man — the terrorist — cross the road.

“I noticed he was blocking one hand in a very suspicious way,” he says. “I immediately reached for my handgun, the terrorist turned toward us, and we started shooting almost at the same time.”

Stern says that after he fired about 10 shots at his attacker, the latter fled. Stern drove a few dozen meters, stopped, and started bandaging himself before an ambulance arrived.

He thanks God, as well as the Israeli nation “for the prayers and the support.”

He urges the government to reintroduce military checkpoints in the area: “We cannot go on like this. We miraculously escaped the attack, but what about the next family?”

Palestinian to be charged for attempted stabbing in Netanya
A Palestinian man from Judea and Samaria will be formally charged for an attempted stabbing on March 12 in the Israeli coastal city of Netanya, police announced on Tuesday.

According to police, the 20-year-old suspect tried to stab a woman with a knife in front of her children while she was walking in a pedestrian area near Kikar Haatzmaut (Independence Square), the city’s central square.

The suspect was arrested the same day, and was found to be in possession of a pocket knife. Subsequent investigation by the Netanya special crime-fighting unit determined that he had used the knife in the earlier attack, which was captured on closed-circuit television, attempting to stab the woman in the shoulder. She was unharmed as her coat prevented the blade from reaching flesh, leaving only a slight tear in the jacket.

The suspect, who did not have a permit to cross over the Green Line, is believed to have acted alone, and his custody was extended for the investigation. On Tuesday, the suspect was scheduled for a hearing in a military court to further extend his pre-trial detention.

An indictment on terrorism charges is expected in the coming days.

Obstacle to Peace? Palestinian Authority Approves ‘Terrorists-Only’ Settlement
Israeli communities in the West Bank are, perhaps, one of the media’s favorite talking points. In the first quarter of 2023 alone, 18 top-tier news websites produced over 500 articles that raised the issue, blaming much of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict almost solely on Jewish settlers and settlements.

However, as a result of this incessant fixation on “bricks over blood,” journalists have all too often overlooked Palestinian steps that jeopardize future negotiations and breach signed agreements between the two sides.

Case in point: On March 15, 2023, Hebrew media reported that the Western-backed Palestinian Authority (PA) had authorized the construction of a luxury village intended for convicted terrorists only. The new settlement will be built near Ofra in Area B of the West Bank, where the PA has civilian control but the Israel Defense Forces maintain security.

According to a report on Israel’s Channel 14:
In the past weeks, work has started to build a luxury neighborhood for terrorists who have spent at least five years in Israeli prison … The Arab organization behind the project is called ‘Al-Karamah Housing Cooperative for Detainees,’ whose members are Palestinians who have spent at least five years in Israeli jail for [their] involvement in terrorism. On its executive board, one can find family members of terrorists like Abla Saadat, the wife of PFLP Secretary-General Ahmad Sa’adat, and Naim Al-Sharif, the father of Hamas terrorist Imad Al-Sharif.

The project in the West Bank reportedly consists of 100 spacious freestanding homes, described by some local reporters as “the dream of every murderer of Israelis.” From their garden, the released prisoners will have a view of the British Police Junction on Road 60, where in 2002, a Palestinian terrorist killed 10 Jews using a Nazi sniper rifle.

The Israel Guys: U.S. Marine Fights Terrorist in Palestinian Village
A Jewish couple were traveling down highway 60 yesterday when an Arab terrorist opened fire on their car at point blank range in the Palestinian village of Huwarrah. The husband, a former U.S. Marine fought back against the terrorist and saved himself and his wife.

What does the U.S. have to say about this attack? The answer might shock you.

Months-long house arrest extended for Palestinian journalist accused of incitement
An Israeli court on Tuesday extended the months-long house arrest of a Palestinian journalist from East Jerusalem, who stands accused of incitement over her Facebook posts, her lawyer said.

Lama Ghosheh, a freelance reporter for various Palestinian media outlets, was detained in September and placed under house arrest after 10 days in jail.

The 30-year-old has been accused of incitement to violence and identification with a terrorist group according to the indictment, which cites Facebook posts and messages as evidence.

The charge sheet describes her work as a journalist and her thousands of online followers as giving her posts greater weight.

At the Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court, her lawyer Mohammed Mahmoud said officials postponed the verdict until April 18, during which time she will remain under house arrest.

Mahmoud added that the court was considering a penalty of community service rather than a prison term, if his client is convicted.

Ghosheh told AFP her Facebook posts reflected “the narrative of the Palestinian street and weren’t invented from my imagination.”

MEMRI: Warm Welcome In Palestinian Authority For Planner Of 2002 'Karine A' Operation Smuggling Weapons From Iran To Gaza, Recently Released From Israeli Prison
Fouad Al-Shubaki, a senior official in Fatah and in the security apparatuses of the Palestinian Authority (PA), was recently released from an Israeli prison after serving 17 years. Al-Shubaki, who was close to the late PA chairman Yasser Arafat, is considered to be the planner of the 2002 operation smuggling weapons from Iran to Gaza on the Karine A freighter. On Arafat's orders, he played a key role in purchasing weapons for the PA security apparatuses and Fatah's military wing, and in the attempt to ship them from Iran to Gaza.

The ship, which was captured by the Israeli army on January 3, 2002, was found to be carrying 50 tons of rockets and rocket launchers, mortars, anti-tank missiles, mines, explosives, sniper rifles, machine guns, rifles, bullets, grenades, and more.[1] Al-Shubaki purchased the weapons with millions of dollars in aid money sent to the PA from the international community and Arab countries, with the aim of transferring them the Palestinian terrorist organizations.

Upon his release from prison, Al-Shubaki was received with great honor, like other newly released senior terrorists, by the PA and the Fatah movement, headed by President Mahmoud Abbas.[2] Articles in the Palestinian press about his release highlighted "General" Al-Shubaki's military background and praised the Karine A operation, depicting him as part of the Palestinian resistance during the Second Intifada.

This report reviews how the PA and Fatah marked Fouad Al-Shubaki's release from Israeli prison:
Warm Welcome From PA And Fatah Leadership For Al-Shubaki
The leadership of the PA and Fatah gave Al-Shubaki a hero's welcome with recognition of his military activity. Furthermore, in their speeches marking his release from prison, senior Palestinian officials mentioned that the Palestinian prisoners are considered national heroes.

PA President And Fatah Chairman Mahmoud Abbas Honors Fouad Al-Shubaki
PA President and Fatah Chairman Mahmoud Abbas received Al-Shubaki at the presidential headquarters in Ramallah, in the presence of senior Palestinian officials. He welcomed "the oldest prisoner" on his release, stating: "The issue of the prisoners holds a special place in the priorities of the Palestinian leadership, which aspires to release all the prisoners and detainees in the prisons of the occupation."[3]
PLO official about 5-year PA terror campaign: The second Intifada was “peaceful”

MEMRI: Children's Cartoon 'The Wailing Of The Al-Aqsa Mosque' Depicts Children From Around The World Gathering To Save Al-Aqsa, Pledging: We Are Al-Aqsa's Soldiers!
On March 17, 2023, the Al-Rajeen TV YouTube channel posted a children's cartoon titled "The Wailing of the Al-Aqsa Mosque." In the video, a girl asks a bird flying over Jerusalem to tell the "children of the world" that the Al-Aqsa Mosque is in danger and to ask them to come and save it "before it is too late." The bird flies across the world, including to the United States, and returns to Al-Aqsa with "all the children of the world," "who help the girl support the walls of Al-Aqsa. The children also pledge: "We are Al-Aqsa soldiers!"

Al-Rajeen TV is a media company based in Istanbul and in London, and it covers Palestinian matters throughout the world. The video is part of a series of animated "Palestinian heritage" stories for children. "The Wailing of the Al-Aqsa Mosque" is narrated in Arabic, with the English translation and subtitles provided by Al-Rajeen TV.

Al-Aqsa Mosque Pleads: "Can't You Hear The Shovels That Want To Destroy Me? Can't You Hear Me?"

Bird: "Why are you sitting here, little girl?"

Girl: "I'm from Jerusalem. I was on my way to school and I heard a voice coming from the masjid."

Al-Aqsa Mosque: "Don't turn around, my little girl. I am the prisoned Aqsa. I'm the place where Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, had his night journey. I am the Muslims' first Quibla and the third of the Two Holy Masjids. For a long time, I've been in pain and struggle. Can't you hear the shovels that want to destroy me? Can't you hear me? Can't everyone around me hear?"
All of Israel is “for the Arabs,” “Zionist, pick yourself up and leave” - Israeli Arabs chant

PMW: Terrorist prisoners with academic degrees function as teachers in prison so other terrorists can get university degrees too
University studies continue for Palestinian terrorists in Israeli prisons unabated. As Palestinian Media Watch has exposed continuously for years, despite Israel's ban on access to higher education for prisoners serving sentences for terror offenses, Palestinian terrorists are earning degrees from several Palestinian universities while behind bars.

A newly released prisoner confirmed PMW’s findings, explaining that imprisoned terrorists with “advanced degrees” “serve as teachers” in prison, so that their less educated inmates can earn academic degrees as well:
Official PA TV host: “You are one of the examples [of success.] We received [news of] your academic degree in political science [you earned in prison]...”

Released prisoner Alaa Buheis:“There are prisoners with advanced degrees, master’s degrees and doctoral degrees. Perhaps it can be said to be a kindness [from Allah] that they were arrested, so that we could complete our university studies with them, as they serve as teachers in [Al-Quds] University – Abu Dis, Al-Quds Open University, or University of Palestine in Gaza. We benefited from their presence, and they helped us in coordination with their universities outside.They supervised the teaching and the completion of academic degrees, such as bachelor’s degrees and master’s degrees.”

[Official PA TV, Giants of Endurance, Feb. 16, 2023]

Reporting on the transfer of terrorist prisoner Khalil Abu Arram - who was responsible for the murder of 5 - from one prison to another, the official PA daily mentioned that he had completed his studies and earned an MA degree in Israel Studies while serving time:
“The [Israeli] prison management transferred prisoner commander Khalil Abu Arram (i.e., terrorist, responsible for murder of 5) from Ashkelon Prison to Gilboa Prison…

During the years of his imprisonment, he has succeeded in completing his studies and achieving a master’s degree in Israeli Studies.”

[Official PA daily Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, March 11, 2023]
Woman who got engaged to a prisoner finally meets him upon his release

Israel Could Strike Iran in Three Months, Retired Israeli General Says
The Biden administration’s failure to present a credible military response to Iran’s expanding nuclear program has brought Israel closer than ever to launching a military strike on Tehran, according to a retired Israeli general.

Retired brigadier general Amir Avivi, who spent 30 years in the Israel Defense Forces and now serves as chairman of the Israel Defense and Security Forum think tank, predicted that Israel could launch a strike in as little as three months if the Biden administration does not unite its Middle Eastern allies around a plan to combat Iran’s march toward a nuclear weapon.

An Israeli military strike, Avivi said in a wide-ranging interview, "is bad for everybody, but this is at the moment what’s going to happen, and maybe happen in three months, in six months, maybe a year."

Israel’s deadline for a strike is shrinking due to Iran’s relationship with Russia and support for its war in Ukraine. Moscow could provide Iran with advanced air defense systems that would make it harder for Israel to attack its nuclear sites. And without an anti-Iran coalition in the Middle East, Israel’s options are limited, Avivi said.

Israel and its Arab neighbors that fear a nuclear Iran "need the West to wake up and react to this development," Avivi said. "At the moment, the U.S. is sitting on the fence, not deciding to lead and build a coalition that will stabilize [the region] and challenge" the Iran-Russia alliance.

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